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Q: What is 6 meters long and 5 meters wide in square meters?

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To get the answer you simply multiply the two values to get 25 square meters.

160 square meters.

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To get the answer you simply multiply the two values to get 25 square meters.

8 meters wide by 5 meters long my 1 meters tall will not give you an answer in square meters. But it will give you a VOLUME of 40 cubic meters.

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160 square meters.

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It could be 40 meters long and 1 meter wide or 20 meters long and 2 meters wide or 10 meters long and 4 meters wide or 8 meters long and 5 meters wide or any combination of length and width that multiply to equal 10.

Multiply width by length to get the area. The answer would be 15 square meters.

Area = Length * Width = 6 metres * 5 metres = 30 square metres.

15. That is if you had an area that was 15 meters long and one meter wide that would be 15 square meters. Now it you had an area that was 5 meters long and 3 meters long you would also have 15 square meters. So there is no one certain answer to your question as you asked it. You would need to change the question.

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