Q: How many m2 is 4 x 4.5 metres?

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If the surface area of the sphere is 4 m2, the radius is 0.5642 metres, approx.

The area of a room is not enough information to determine its dimensions. First of all, you do not even know that it is a rectangular room: it could be L-shaped.Next, suppose it is a rectangle. If you let L â‰¥ 2 metres be its length and B = 4/L metres be its breadth, then whateverthe value of L, the area of the room will be L*B = L*(4/L) = 4 m2. Thus, there are infinitely many possible answers.

8.0005*10-4 m2

m2 + 4-1/2 m2 + 1 / 4+1/2 m2 + 1 / (square root of 4) m2 + 1/2

5'4" = 1.6256 metres.5'4" = 1.6256 metres.5'4" = 1.6256 metres.5'4" = 1.6256 metres.

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200 m2 is NOT the same as 200 sq m, because m2 denotes metres squared; Square metres means the number of square metres, which sounds overly simplistic, but let's look at an example. 4m2 is 16 square metres (4 multiplied by 4 or 4 to the power 2); it does NOT mean 4 square metres. So, 200m2 means 200m x 200m, which is 4,000 square metres. Whereas 200 square metres is exactly what is says. It is a very common mistake to shorten square metres to 'm2', but to be mathematically correct it should be: 'sq m'.

12 x 4 = 48 square metres.

If the surface area of the sphere is 4 m2, the radius is 0.5642 metres, approx.

The area of a room is not enough information to determine its dimensions. First of all, you do not even know that it is a rectangular room: it could be L-shaped.Next, suppose it is a rectangle. If you let L â‰¥ 2 metres be its length and B = 4/L metres be its breadth, then whateverthe value of L, the area of the room will be L*B = L*(4/L) = 4 m2. Thus, there are infinitely many possible answers.

8 metres by 4 metres equals 32 square metres.

There are 1000 metres in one kilometre. Therefore, 4 metres is equal to 4/1000 = 0.004 kilometres.

418 000 m2 = 4 499 314.55 ft2 (sq ft)

4.58 metres = 4,580 millimetres

43.0556 square feet.

4 per square metre.

10 and 4 tenths metres = 10.4 metres.

4.58 metres = 4,580 millimetres