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.
1/(the capacity of each wheelbarrow, in cubic meters)
100 centimeters make 1 meter. 1x10^6 cubic centimeters make 1 cubic meter.
That can't be converted - it just doesn't make sense. A meter is a unit of length; a cubic foot is a unit of volume.
The question does not make sense.One part of a one-cubic metre shape makes a cubic metre.Half of a two-cubic metre shape makes a cubic metre, and so on.
A cubic metre would make a 25mm thick cuboid covering an area of 40 square metres.
A 'Cubic metre' is a metric measure of volume. A 'Ton' is a measure of Imperial weight/mass. It all depends on what you are measuring & its density . Together with the conversion factors between 'Metric' and 'Imperial'.
An 80 pound bag of premix concrete will make .6 cubic feet of cured concrete. There are 27 cubic feet in a cubic meter, so it would take 45 80 pound bags to make one cubic meter.
1 kiloliter = 1000 liter = 1 cubic meter That is, for example, a cubic tank of 1 meter (length)x 1 meter (width) x 1 meter (height)