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Q: What is the weight per square meter of 4mm alluminium chequered plate?

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4mm chequered plate unit weight

A square 1 meter long and 1 meter wide is 1 square meter. 1 square meter equals 1.19599 square yards 1 square meter equals 10.76391 square feet

The gram is a measurement of weight, and the square meter is a measurement of area.Formula:Basis Weight (in pounds) x 1406.5Basis Size (in inches)= GRAMS PER SQUARE METERTo find the Basis Size, refer to the chart in the related link.Example:Convert 25" x 38", 60 lb. Offset Paper to grams per square meter.60 x 1406.525 x 38= 88.8 Grams per square meter

One square meter = ~1.2 square yards.

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6mm chequered ms plate per square meter weight

25KG

4mm chequered plate unit weight

I dont know. Why are you asking me?

Give me answer in words?

They are the same.

A square meter is a measure of area, not volume.

Grams and ounces are weight and meter and yard are area. If there was a square meter of something, dirt, 1 centimerer thick, you would have to know the weight of the dirt, convert grams to ounces and square meter to square yardage. As stated, the question is pretty pointless.

That would depend more on the material that the chequered plate is made from. For example, normal mild steel would be about 7650kg per cubic meter. i.e. a specific density of 7.65. I would think what you're looking for is the mass per square meter which is approximately 65.25kg/m2 for a steel plate.

grams per square meter

Grams are a measure of weight, a square meter is a measure of area, and a cubic meter is a measure of volume. These are not comparable.

Approximately 800 Newtons.

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