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Q: If carpet costs 9.99 a square yard how much would a square meter cost?

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0, because a lineal meter has an area of 0

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.

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.

The cost would be ($25) multiplied by (the number of square meters to be carpeted).

$53.91 per square yard. That's pretty expensive carpet...........

Carpets are sold per square meter (unless you find an off cut the size required). Your longest length is 7m, so your carpet will be 7sqm @ £20 per sqm = 7 x £20 = £140. Would exclude gripper rod, underlay and fitting though!

i think there would be 500 per meter cube instead of 500 per meter square.

A room size of 15'4" x 12'0" contains 184.8 square feet. There are 9 square feet in a square yard. You would need 20.53 square yards of carpet. With a carpet cost of $12.00 a square yard, the cost would be $246.36 plus tax.

1300 square feet of carpet is 144.44 square yards, putting your total at $2,166.67.

depends on the room size

120 dollars

There are 0.273 lineal metres is a carpet with a standard width of 3.66 metres (from the only imperical measure of 12 feet). The calulation is 0.273 (length) x 3.66 (standard width) = 0.99918 square metres. If you purchased 1 lineal metre of standard carpet you would have 3.66 square metres of carpet. Lineal refers to the length of any item irrespective of it's width and is normally used when the item is produced in standard width's.

There are 9 square feet in a square yard, so you have 6300 square feet of carpet. Each carpet square is 9 square feet (3 x 3 = 9)... So you would need 700 36" tile squares.

I would believe 1 square meter

1 square meter is made up of 1,000,000 square millimeters. This can be figured out because if there are 1,000 millimeters in one meter, then there would be 1,000,000 square millimeters in one square meter.

The measurement of the area of any flat surface, like a carpet, would be done in square feet if you were in the United States. Square meters would be used in most of the rest of the world.

That would depend on what material you have a square meter of paper is going to be lighter than a square meter of rocks. Square meters don't just convert to tons you have to have a square meter of something

The total area is 286 square feet which equals 31.78 square yards.If you're allowed to have 'seams' - where the carpet has been cut to fit, you would need 32 square yards, costing a total of 383.68.However - if the carpet needs to be one single piece - with no seams, you would need 40 square yards, costing a total of 479.60 - but you'd have quite a bit left over.

Carpet is usually handled in rolls that are 12 feet wide, so 194 linear feet of carpet would be 12 x 194, or 2328 square feet. However, the most common measurement for carpet is square yards in the US, so you would divide 2328 sq. ft. by 9 sq. ft. to get the square yards, about 259. That would be enough carpet to cover an area 16 yards by 16 yards.

If you are not terribly picky, a carpet remnant store is your best bet. It typically costs only about $150 or so to carpet a room up to about 12' by 16' or so. You still need a pad and generally need professional installation so the full price would be roughly near $300. If you have already purchased your new carpet and are simply looking for installation costs, plan on spending approximately $5 to $10 per square yard. More details on prices on getproquotes.com

YES, because a carpet 5M by 5M is a 25 square metre carpet and would fit into a 30 square metre room.

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.

The answer depends on where in the world you are buying and the quality of the carpet.

There are 9 square feet in a square yard. An area of 6 feet by 10 feet is a total square area of 60 square feet. To carpet this space you will need 6.67 square yards. However, this may be altered by the fact that the carpet will come in certain widths, and that will determine the actual length of the carpet which is required. For example, if the carpet comes in a width of 10 feet, then there would be no wastage - but if it comes in 8 feet strips then there would be excess involved. Bargain with the retailer.

That depends entirely on the cost of the carpet per square yard (or square metre) !