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Q: What is length of walls if room is 40 square meters?

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-- 5m x 3m = 15 square meters on the floor. -- Another 15 square meters on the ceiling. -- (10 x height of the room) on one pair of walls. -- (6 x height of the room) on the other pair of walls.

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You have to measure the area of the room. Measure both length and width in meters and multiply both to get the area in square meters.

Measure the room diagonally from one corner to the other.do this again on the other diagonal. If the room is square then both measurements will be the same assuming that all four side(walls) are the same length Not all four side walls need to be the same. As long as the walls opposite each other are the same length (a square or rectangular room) then the above answer works.

If the room is rectangular, just multiply length x width.

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Measure the length and width of the room in meters. Multiply the length x width to get the area in square meters.

-- 5m x 3m = 15 square meters on the floor. -- Another 15 square meters on the ceiling. -- (10 x height of the room) on one pair of walls. -- (6 x height of the room) on the other pair of walls.

The length of each side of this room is: 13 meters.

The area of the floor is 20 square meters. The area of the ceiling is also 20 square meters. Two of the walls have areas of 15 square meters each. The other two walls have areas of 12 square meters each. Total area in the room = 94 square meters, minus the area of the doors and walls.

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If the room is rectangular - the usual case - multiply the length times the width. If length and width are in meters, the area will be in square meters; if length and width are in feet, the area will be in square feet, etc.

You have to measure the area of the room. Measure both length and width in meters and multiply both to get the area in square meters.

The area of square is : 1.0

Measure the room diagonally from one corner to the other.do this again on the other diagonal. If the room is square then both measurements will be the same assuming that all four side(walls) are the same length Not all four side walls need to be the same. As long as the walls opposite each other are the same length (a square or rectangular room) then the above answer works.

15 meters squared is the area of the room. You find area by multiplying the length of the room times the width. The result is square meters or feet.

If the room is rectangular, just multiply length x width.

Assuming room height is 4 meters, then : area of ceiling and walls = 50 x 4 + 2 x 50 x 4 + 2 x 4 x 4 = 200 +400 +32 = 632 square meters

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