Lineal metres = Square metre/Width
0, because a lineal meter has an area of 0
The cost per linear meter is the cost per square meter times by the width of the roll.
You cannot - you need information about the width.
A linear metre is a unit of length. A square metre is a unit of area. The two units are therefore incompatible.
A lineal (more commonly linear) metre is the same as a metre.
The basic premise of your question is false. A lineal (or linear) metre of household tiles will NOT be more expensive than a square metre - unless they are gigantic tiles!
one meter. lineal refers to length
There is no such thing as a linear square metre. A linear metre is a unit of length, while a square metre is a unit of area.
There is no rational answer because you are talking about two completely different things. A meter is a lineal distance measurement. A square meter is an area measurement. If I am driving to the store, I will measure my distance with a lineal measurement, as an example there are 4,358 meters from my house to the store, but there are not (technically) 4,358 square meters unless you drew the line from my house to the store 1 meter wide. 1 square meter has a lineal distance measurement "around" the square of 4 meters. Pick a corner and pretend the square is a fenced in yard. In order to start in one corner and walk all the way around the fence, you will have to walk 4 meters, so you may be able to say that 1 square meter has a "perimeter" of 4 meters.
The answer will depend on the width of the decking boards.
A lineal metre, is the same as a metre and that is a length of 100 centimetres.
1 metre = 3.2808 feet.
You need to know the other dimension or the shape. If it is a square of 1m2,your length is 1 metre because 1m x 1m is 1m2
14400 lineal feet to square meters
One meter is about 3.28 feet.
Lineal simply means along a line, so a linear metre is a metre.
The area of Ciudad Lineal is 11.43 square kilometers.
Lineal metres = Square metre/Width of the carpet.
you don't. square feet is area, lineal feet is distance.
Often yes. Particularly if it is fabric, carpet or other floor covering. But, to be safe, check that the given price is not for a square metre.
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.
Lineal metres = Square metre/Width = Square metres/0.14