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1 m is 1,000 mm (one thousand mm).

Therefore 1 m2 = (1 m) x (1 m) = (1,000 mm) x (1,000 mm) = 1,000,000 mm2.

So, there are 1,000,000 mm2 (one million mm2) in 1 m2.

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1m² = 1,000,000 mm²

1m=100cm 100*100=10 000 answer: 1m2 is 10 000cm2

there a 12.5

1m = 3.33ft so 1m2 = 1m x 1m = 3.33ft x 3.33ft = 11.09ft2 89.58m2 x 11.09ft2 / 1m2 = 993.44ft2

1m2 of half brickwall required around 0.03m3 cement mortar

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1m² = 1,000,000 mm²

1000000mm2=1m2

1m2

1m=100cm 100*100=10 000 answer: 1m2 is 10 000cm2

there a 12.5

1m2

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1m = 3.33ft so 1m2 = 1m x 1m = 3.33ft x 3.33ft = 11.09ft2 89.58m2 x 11.09ft2 / 1m2 = 993.44ft2

1m2=10000cm2

12.5 Blocks required for 1 m2

1m2 equates to 10,000cm2

1m2 of half brickwall required around 0.03m3 cement mortar