It depends on the carpet.
8.325 a sq meter.
0, because a lineal meter has an area of 0
You cannot weigh an area. Just as you cannot weigh a distance. (How much does one centimeter weigh?)
This largely depends on the material the carpet is made out of. Other factors that contribute to weight are how thick the carpet it is, and how dense the carpet fibers are.
In Ohio we charge 5.50 a yard, so technically that costs $6.58US a square meter. That price however does not include the actual carpet to be installed, or the 'cushion' or pad underneath the carpet, just the labor. retail price on some of the least expensive carpet i have seen (that was worth putting in) was around $8.40US a square meter. which with cushion would cost you somewhere in the neighborhood of $17.00US a square yard if you include cushion.
depend on the stone used for the gravel.
133.33 square yards of carpet
Thisquestion needs clarifying. The question should be 'how much does a CUBIC metre of concrete weigh'. A square metre of concrete would have to have a thickness to make volume.
You need 7200 square feet of carpet in this case.
It's weight is 10kg/m2
It is 45% of the roll.
Density of loose soil is about 1200 kg/m3 1 cubic meter of soil may weigh more than this if compacted or moist.
a square meter is 1.195 sq yards 26.00/1.195 = 21.75 per sq yard
You cannot weigh an area, but you can weigh a volume... so, one cubic meter of stainless steel weighs 7480 - 8000 kg. See related link for the source.
In 4 degrees of celcius,1000kg.But not one square metre. 1 cubic metre.
At sea level, a column of air has a mass of about 10 tonnes per square meter; that is equivalent to 100,000 newton per square meter = 100,000 pascal.
A square yard is 0.84 square meters, so 0.84 of $17.93 is $15.06. So it would be $15.06 per square yard.
1 (square meter) = 10.763 square feet.
One square meter = ~1.2 square yards.
2380 kilogram-force / square meter is 23,339.8 pascals. 1 megapascal = 1,000,000 pascals. 2380 kilogram-force / square meter is 0.0233398 megapascals.