Lineal metres = Square metre/Width
8.325 a sq meter.
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.
The answer will depend on the standard width(s) in which the carpet is made (or priced).
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.
Square meters cannot be converted into linear meters; square meters are units of are and linear meters are units of length.
The cost per linear meter is the cost per square meter times by the width of the roll.
The term lineal meter is used to describe the nominal length of an item. For example carpet maybe produced on a loom perhaps 4m wide. A lineal meter of carpet would be 1m long x 4m wide. Thus 4 lineal meters of this particular carpet would cover 16 square meters. In a similar fashion timber is often sold by the lineal meter which describes the cost per meter of length of the board. The board would have a width and if you were to the purchase timber to build a deck you would need to calculate the number of lengths of boards to cover the area of deck having taken into account the width of the board. When ordering you would ask for X lineal meters of the particular board. Obviously its important to know the particular specifications of the material you intend to use. For example not all carpet is produced on a 4m loom and so it is important to understand the effect of substituting different materials so that a material shortage or wastage does not occur.
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.
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.
One square meter equates to 1,550 square inches.