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Q: How many no of blocks required for one square meter?

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The answer will depend on the size of the blocks.

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12.5 per square meter

1 (square meter) = 10.76 square feet.

1 square meter = 1 million square millimeters

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25 such blocks to equal one square metre.

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The answer will depend on the size of the blocks.

60 blocks make a metre square

10 cm = 0.1 meter 20 cm = 0.2 meter Each block covers (0.1 x 0.2) = 0.02 square meter. To cover 12 square meters, you need 12/0.02 = 600 blocks.

That really depends on the size of the blocks.

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Depends entirely on the size of the individual blocks !

What sort of blocks? Childrens' building blocks? If so, how big is each block?

12.5 per square meter

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