Easy. 1 m has 1000 mm. So 1 square meter would equivalent to 1000 mm x 1000 mm or 1000000 square millimeter.
A meter is a unit of metric measurement. A square meter is like drawing 4 meters to make a square.
one meter is equal with 1000 milimeters and 4 meters make a square meter so 4000 milimeters make one square meters ++ Sorry but both question and that answer are wrong because they muddle linear with areal measures. Further, 4m does not make a square metre, and though 4m does indeed = 4000mm, 1 square metre = 1 000 000 (million) square millimetres.
1 square meter is 1,000,000 square milimeters. As 1 mm is 1/1000th of a meter, 1000 x 1000 = 1,000,000
7200 meters (1 km = 1000 meter)
100 square meters
There are 0.0001 square meters in a square centimeter, since a square meter is made up of 10,000 square centimeters.
1 km = 1000 meter 6.5 km = 6.5 * 1000 = 6500 meters
It would be a very small room. More like a closet. Try 1 meter by 3 meter, or 1.5 meter by 2 meter both would make 3 square meters.
This question doesn't make any sence. A square meter is a two dimensional measurement of area, a meter is a one dimensional measurement of length. You can't have any square meters in a meter.
Every 1000 millimeters make one meter, so 5300 millimeters make 5.3 meters.
1 km = 1000 meters 1 meter = 0.001 km
The maximum area that you can contain with a 4-meter rope is a circle with a diameter of 4/Ï€ meters and an area of 4/Ï€ square meters, or about 1.273 square meters. If you use the rope to make an equilateral triangle with sides of 4/3 meter, you get an area of (4/9)(âˆš3) or 0.770 square meters. If you use the rope to make a square with sides of 1 meter, you get an area of 1.000 square meter. If you make a polygon with more sides, the area bounded by your 4-meter rope will increase, approaching the limit of 4/Ï€ as the number of sides increases.
None, a kilometer is larger than a meter. It takes 1000 meters to make one kilometer
1 km = 1000 meters 1 meter = 0.001 km
That is called "square decimeters" and "square meters". Since one meter has 10 decimeters, one square meter has 10 x 10 = 100 square decimeters.
There is 1000mm in a meter, when squaring, this difference is also squared, making the difference between mm2 and m2 to be 1,000,000
That does not make any sense because a ton is a measurement of weight and a square meter measures a flat area.
a square meter equals 1m x 1m. None. "meters" and "square meters" are measuring different things. (one is length , one is area) So you're asking how many apples make an orange..the question itself is in error.
Meters squared is not a unit of volume like liters. Therefore, you cannot convert that to liters. If you are trying to convert CUBIC meters to liters, then the conversion is 1000 liters in one cubic meter.well a square meter is 10000 cm squared. (100 cm by 100 cm). a liter is a unit of volume and is in cm cubed, not squared. So to answer your question how many liters are in a square meter, you need to add a third dimension. A square meter that is one cm thick, there would be (100 x 100 x 1 cm) = 10000 cm cubed. A cm cubed is a milliliter, so that would make there be 10 liters.
1000 liters means one million cubic centimeters (106 cc) so if you had a perfect cube with all sides 100 cm (ie 1 meter) it would be 1000 liters or 1 cubic meter. This is obvious because 1 cubic meter of water weighs one tonne or 1000 kg. If you had a drum shaped tank with a base of diameter 1 meter, the base area would be 0.7855 sq meters, so to get a volume of 1 cubic meter it would have to be 1.273 meters high. please show me an example
Make sure both length and width are measured in meters and multiply. The unit with be the area in square meters. The length and width alone can't be square measurements because they are one dimentional
15. That is if you had an area that was 15 meters long and one meter wide that would be 15 square meters. Now it you had an area that was 5 meters long and 3 meters long you would also have 15 square meters. So there is no one certain answer to your question as you asked it. You would need to change the question.