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A metre is a measure of length or distance in 1-dimensional space while the area of a room is a measure in 2-dimensional space, and calculated in SQUARE metres. The two measure different things and, according to basic principles of dimensional analysis, conversion from one to the other is not valid.

Q: How many meters in a room 10 m by 6m?

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6m = 64.5834 ft² OR 64 ft² and 84.01 in² 8m = 86.1112 ft² OR 86 ft² and 16.02 in²

6 x 6 = 36 Therefore there are 36m2 in a 6m x 6m slab.

I am guessing you want to know how many decimeters are iin 6 meters. There are 10 decimeters to a meter, so the answer would be 60, if I interpreted the question correctly.

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6.4m is larger. 6.4m is the same as 6m 40cm. 6.04m would be 6m 4cm, which is smaller than 6.4m.

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Maybe, maybe not. If the smaller of the two dimensions of the room is >= 5m, then yes. Eg if the room is 5m * 6m. But if the room is 3m * 10 m, then not.

To get the area you multiply the length and the width. Doing the math gives an answer of 108 square meters.

6m

6000mm - 600cm - 6m

6m

By unit of length and distance and conversion ,we can say that 1 m =10 dm 60 dm= 6m

600cm * 1m/100cm = 6m

I am guessing you want to know how many decimeters are iin 6 meters. There are 10 decimeters to a meter, so the answer would be 60, if I interpreted the question correctly.

6 x 6 = 36 Therefore there are 36m2 in a 6m x 6m slab.

6m = 64.5834 ft² OR 64 ft² and 84.01 in² 8m = 86.1112 ft² OR 86 ft² and 16.02 in²

I am guessing you want to know how many decimeters are iin 6 meters. There are 10 decimeters to a meter, so the answer would be 60, if I interpreted the question correctly.

6m/1.4s = 4.29M/S