Q: How many 5 cent coins take up a square meter?

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One square meter equals 1.196 square yards.

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Oh, dude, you're hitting me with the tough math questions, huh? Well, technically speaking, there are 1 square meter in a meter, because a square meter is the area of a square with sides of 1 meter each. So, it's like, a square meter is just a fancy way of saying one meter by one meter. Hope that clears things up for you!

one person requires 9 square meter area in gym

A cent is an Indian unit of measure equal to one hundredth of an acre. Therefore, one cent is equal to 43560 / 100 = 435.6 square feet.

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1 cent = 40.468 square metres.

40.468 sq metres = 1 cent.

One square meter is equal to 10,000 square centimeters.

1 cent = 40.468 sq metres (1 acre = 100 cents = 4840 square yards)

Many countries use 25 cent coins and they are not the same size. Since you have not specified which county's currency you are asking about, I cannot provide a more useful answer.

10 coins= 2 fifty cent coins.

Depend on size of bag, how mixed, and depth of pour.

$12.75/$0.05 = 255 five cent coins

Current US denominations are: 1 cent, 5 cent, 10 cent, 25 cent, 50 cent & $1.00 coins.

Many countries use cents as a minor currency unit and their 50 cent coins are not all the same size. Since you have not bothered to share that crucial bit of information, I cannot provide a more useful answer.

1x1 meter is a square meter.

There were 4,337,200 Australian 1997 50 cent coins minted.