That doesn't make sense. Square meter is 2D. Cubic meter is 3D. To attempt to answer your question... A square meter is one meter long and one meter wide. A cubic meter is one meter long, one meter wide, and one meter tall.
In an average 5.39m2 per Cubic meter of concrete
No, One cubic meter is 1m3 One square meter is 1m2
A cubic meter is one square meter on each side of a cube. Think of a box which is one meter long on each side. A square meter has no height, so you can't really say how many square meters are in a cubic meters.
one meter square equal to 1/m of one cubic meter
You simply can't convert that.
inconsistant units... cubic meter is the measure of a volume and square feet is the measure of area.
Square meters is a measurement of area. Cubic meter is a measurement of volume. One has little to do with the other.
Kilogram per cubic meter is the one that doesn't belong. Square meter is meter^2 and cubic meter is meter^3 but kilogram per cubic meter is a density
Because a square meter is two dimensional and a cubic meter is three dimensional, there would theoretically be an infinite number of square meters within a cubic meter.
They are not equivalent units of measure. A cubic meter is a measure of volume (3 dimensions), while a square meter measures area (2 dimensions).
These cannot be compared; "square feet" is a surface measurement; "cubic meter" is a volume measurement. Just as you cannot ask "How many square feet is a cubic foot?"