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To find the area of an objet, which is measured in square units, multiply the length times width.

For example, if the object is 9 meters long and 3 meters wide, the area is 27 square meters.

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meters times meters = square meters

1500 feet is 457.2 meters and 1 foot is 0.3048 meters, so 457 * 0.3048 = 139.29 square meters (it's easy math if you put all the squares in a row). Alternatively you can type "1500 square foot to square meter" into google and it'll spit out the answer, but it doesn't show it's work.

Square meters cannot be converted into meters; square meters are units of area and meters are units of length.

70 square meters = 753.47 square feet

234 square feet = 234/10.764 square meters = 21.74 square meters

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If and only if you are working with a square, you get the square root of the number

Its length in meters times its width in meters is its square area in meters.

Square meters of what? If you want the area in square meters of a rectangle, just multiply the length times the width (both in meters). To get square meters of other figures, other formulae are required.

That is like asking how many yards in a gallon. There are no square meters in a meter, and no meters in a square meter.

look at the square and count

measure in square meters, a paddock with four different sides

To work out square meters you need two dimension not just one length.

If it's square meters, you are only concerned with area, yes? In this case if it's a flat roof, it will be 5mx5.5m, (no leeway outside of the walls). 5x5.5 is 27.5m2.

one ton of sand covers about 100 square feet which is about 9.3 square meters.

144 square meters

meters times meters = square meters

1500 feet is 457.2 meters and 1 foot is 0.3048 meters, so 457 * 0.3048 = 139.29 square meters (it's easy math if you put all the squares in a row). Alternatively you can type "1500 square foot to square meter" into google and it'll spit out the answer, but it doesn't show it's work.