Q: How do you compute 40 square metter?

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There is no way to compute the dimension of a rectangle from its area. 40 square inches, you see, could be 1"x40" or 2"x20", or 4"x10", or . . . . . . but they would all be 40 square inches.

Area = length x width 40 = length x 4.5 length = 40/4.5 = 8.8888 meter

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you have to treat it like a square then subtract the missing areas

Compute to the smallest fraction, reduce to the least number

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23.69 (rounded)

There is no way to compute the dimension of a rectangle from its area. 40 square inches, you see, could be 1"x40" or 2"x20", or 4"x10", or . . . . . . but they would all be 40 square inches.

Area = length x width 40 = length x 4.5 length = 40/4.5 = 8.8888 meter

Izrail Metter's birth name is Metter, Izrail Moiseyevich.

The address of the Better Metter Inc is: Po Box 537, Metter, GA 30439-0537

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Emmanuel Metter died in 1941.

Emmanuel Metter was born in 1878.

Alan Metter was born on August 19, 1933.

you have to treat it like a square then subtract the missing areas

Not sure about a metter but 1 metre = 3.2808 feet (approx).

Oh, what a lovely question! To compute the sum of the squares of N numbers, you can create a simple algorithm. Start by initializing a variable to hold the sum, then loop through each number, square it, and add it to the sum. Once you've done this for all N numbers, you'll have the sum of their squares. Just like painting a happy little tree, take your time and enjoy the process.