Q: How do you calculate area square meter of elbow?

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(Pi*(Center of elbow - od/2)^2-(pi*(Center of elbow+od/2)^2)÷4)÷100000=0.221 Square Meter

That is a flat area with the sides of 1 meter times 1 meter as 1 square meter.

Does not compute a meter is a length, a square meter is an area.

1 cubic meter is a unit of volume while square meter is a unit of area. We can not convert volume into area.

In order to calculate square meters multiply the length by the width. In this case 150 meters times 80 meters would yield 12,000 square meters. This is considered the area.

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(Pi*(Center of elbow - od/2)^2-(pi*(Center of elbow+od/2)^2)÷4)÷100000=0.221 Square Meter

To calculate the square meters of a duct you must add the total length of the straight duct work plus the loss of length from the elbows. A standard elbows measurement is 15 feet for each elbow with a 4 inch diameter or 20 feet for an elbow with a 6 inch diameter.

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Meter is a unit of length and not area, so area can not be calculated in meters. Area can be calculated in square meters.

The area of the floor is 0.0234 square meter. The area of the ceiling is also 0.0234 square meter. We could also calculate the area of the walls, but we would need to know the height of the room.

A square meter of water would not be measured in gallons, as gallons are a measure of volume, while square meters are a measure of area. It would depend on the depth of the water in the square meter area to calculate the volume in gallons.

That would depend what information you are given. The cost of floor tiling is often already expressed per square meter. If you know the total cost of a certain floor, you can divide by the area to get the cost per square meter.

To calculate the price per square meter, divide the total price by the total number of square meters. For example, if a piece of cardboard with an area of 10 square meters cost 5 dollars, the price per square meter would be (10 m2)/($5), which comes out to be 50 cents per square meter.

Are you talking about area? Base x Height / 2

To find the base meter of a rectangular area with an area of 5015 square meters, you need to know the other dimension (length or width). If you provide this additional information, we can calculate the base meter using the formula: base meter = area / other dimension.

Rectangle area, square metre = (rectangle length, metre) x (rectangle width, metre)

That is a flat area with the sides of 1 meter times 1 meter as 1 square meter.