Q: How many square inches is the moon made of?

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The square ft of the moon is 408,300,076,800,000 square feet

as square as the moon is .

The moon has a total surface area of about 37.9 million square kilometers.

Placed end to end it would be approximately just over 11,359,484,640. paper clips from the Earth to the Moon. Calculations/Notes: It is approximately 238,857 miles to the moon. There are 63360 inches in a mile. So 238857 x 63360 = 15,133,979,520 (approx inches to the moon) Since each paperclip is one and one third inches ... 15,133,979,520 / 1.333333333333 = 11359484640.283762 ...

6790 mi = 35,851,200 in

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The moon is moving away from the Earth at a rate of about 3.8 centimetres - or 1.5 inches - per year.

The square ft of the moon is 408,300,076,800,000 square feet

One cannot get the square root of an item. However if you want to quantify this item: The square root of the moon = the square root of (1) the moon. The square root of (1) moon is still one moon as the root of 1 is still one :P

my answer is 3,000

as square as the moon is .

No, the moon is not a square shape. It appears to be a round solid object in the night sky.

The moon has a total surface area of about 37.9 million square kilometers.

I am going to say the distance from the Earth to the Moon is 15,133,979,520 inches... Give or take an inch or two :)

Earth's moon (surface area) - 14,645,750 square miles.

The moon has a surface area of about 37.93 million square kilometers.

The moon is round.