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Q: How many square meters is there in a room 50mx4m ceiling and walls?

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The area of the ceiling is 30 square meters. The area of the floor is also 30 square meters. We could determine the area of the walls if we knew the distance from the ceiling down to the floor.

-- 7.432 square meters on the floor -- 7.432 square meters on the ceiling -- more square meters on the walls, but in order to calculate them, you need to know the height of the ceiling above the floor

-- 5m x 3m = 15 square meters on the floor. -- Another 15 square meters on the ceiling. -- (10 x height of the room) on one pair of walls. -- (6 x height of the room) on the other pair of walls.

The area of the floor is 3.345 square meters. (rounded) The area of the ceiling is also 3.345 square meters. (rounded) The area of the walls can't be calculated without also knowing the floor-to-ceiling height of the room.

The area of the floor is 20 square meters. The area of the ceiling is also 20 square meters. Two of the walls have areas of 15 square meters each. The other two walls have areas of 12 square meters each. Total area in the room = 94 square meters, minus the area of the doors and walls.

-- 14.214 square meters on the floor -- another 14.214 square meters on the ceiling -- more square meters on the walls, but to count them up you need to know the height of the ceiling above the floor unless an old-school electrician lives in the room, in which case all of his meters are round

I take it you mean the area of the floor is 20 sq metres? In which case the ceiling would be the same size, but you can't calculate the area of the walls without knowing their height.

The areas of the floor and ceiling are each (2 x 5) = 10 square meters.In order to calculate the area of the walls, we also need to know the height of the ceiling.

120 square feet on the floor, and another 120 square feet on the ceiling. We can also calculate the square feet on the walls if we know the height of the ceiling.

' L ' = length of the room ' W ' = width of the room ' H ' = height of the ceiling Floor = ( L W ) square feet Ceiling = ( L W ) square feet 2 walls = ( L H ) square feet, each other 2 walls = ( W H ) square feet, each

12' x 15' = 180 square feet The area of the floor is 16.723 square meters. (rounded) The area of the ceiling is also 16.723 square meters. (rounded) In order to calculate the area of the walls, we'd need to also know the height of the room.

120 square feet on the floor, and another 120 square feet on the ceiling. We can also calculate the square feet on the walls if we know the height of the ceiling.

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