Q: How do you draw a square with the area of 1meter square?

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1 square metre is the metric unit of measurement for an area. The area may be of any flat shape: a long thin strip, circle, triangle, the inside of a closed wriggly curve. But the total area covered by it must be equal to that of a square whose sides are 1 metre long.

A square centimetre is a measure of area whereas a meter is a measure of length. Dimensional analysis shows that area = [L2] and length = [L]. It is not possible to convert one to another.

A right-angle triangle is half of a square or rectangle. Draw a square or rectangle and draw a line from one corner to the corner diagonally opposite. You now have two triangles of the same area.

1 m^2 = 10000 cm^2.

Squares are rectangles. Draw a 2 unit square.

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Multiply the two dimensions to get the area. The calculation will give you 115 square meters.

1 square metre is the metric unit of measurement for an area. The area may be of any flat shape: a long thin strip, circle, triangle, the inside of a closed wriggly curve. But the total area covered by it must be equal to that of a square whose sides are 1 metre long.

I'm stuck with this aswell however I think you can't draw a square with a 8cm2 area, sorry.

A square centimetre is a measure of area whereas a meter is a measure of length. Dimensional analysis shows that area = [L2] and length = [L]. It is not possible to convert one to another.

10square meters x 3.28ft/1meter x 3.38ft/1meter= 107.584 sq.ft.

A right-angle triangle is half of a square or rectangle. Draw a square or rectangle and draw a line from one corner to the corner diagonally opposite. You now have two triangles of the same area.

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1 sq metre = 10000 sq centimetres.

1 m^2 = 10000 cm^2.

Squares are rectangles. Draw a 2 unit square.

There are many different triangles that have an area of three square inches, here's one way to draw one: Draw a rectangle whose area is six square inches (or imagine what one's dimensions would be, e.g. 6x1 or 3x2) and cut it in half diagonally to make a right triangle that has an area of three square inches.