Q: Convert 1 giganewton per meter squared to newton per meter squared?

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1 poise = 0.1 newton second per meter squared

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A tonne is a unit of mass; a square meter is a unit of area. You only "convert" units of the same kind.

Multiply by the amount of square metres

As squared meters are two-dimensional and cm are one- dimensional it is not possible. If you meant cm squared then: 1 Meter squared = 10000 Centimeter squared. Using this you can use simple multiplication to convert.

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1 poise = 0.1 newton second per meter squared

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A pascal is 1 Newton/meter squared (N/m2)

A tonne is a unit of mass; a square meter is a unit of area. You only "convert" units of the same kind.

Multiply by the amount of square metres

As squared meters are two-dimensional and cm are one- dimensional it is not possible. If you meant cm squared then: 1 Meter squared = 10000 Centimeter squared. Using this you can use simple multiplication to convert.

He didn't. The newton unit is defined as a kilogram-meter per second squared, meaning it does not predate the invention of the kilogram, meter, and (scientifically defined) second. The international prototype kilogram was standardized in 1889, so the newton does not predate this year, at least.

Yes, a newton meter is a unit of measurement commonly used to measure force. It measures the amount of force required to accelerate one kilogram of mass at a rate of one meter per second squared.

square meter. It is the SI unit of pressure, defined as one newton per square meter. It is named after the French mathematician and physicist Blaise Pascal.

1 gram = 0.001 kg 14 grams = 0.014 kg 0.014 kg/meter sq = 14 grams/meter sq

One pascal is 1newton/meter^2. Therefore one megapascal is 10^6 newton/meter^2. Megapascal is a unit of Pressure (to be precise, stress) . So we cannot convert between Newton meter per degree and Megapascal as units of torsional rigidity.