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A square metre is a measure of area not of volume. A block of lead, with an area of 1 square metre could be a few atoms thick or several metres thick. Their weights will differ considerably.

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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.

No, One cubic meter is 1m3 One square meter is 1m2

one million square mili meters in one square meter

One square meter = ~1.2 square yards.

One square meter = about 10.764 square feet.

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You cannot weigh an area. Just as you cannot weigh a distance. (How much does one centimeter weigh?)

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.

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One square meter is one meter long by one meter wide, ie; two dimensional. One cubic meter is one meter long by one meter wide by one meter high, ie; three dimensional. So no, one square meter is not the same as one cubic meter.

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.

No, One cubic meter is 1m3 One square meter is 1m2

One square meter equals 1.196 square yards.

one million square mili meters in one square meter

One square meter equates to 10.76391 square feet.

1 square meter is 10.76391 square feet.

One square meter = ~1.2 square yards.

Imagine a square box laying on the floor, and all the sides are one meter in length. You will have a square that is 1m^2 or one square meter.