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Q: How do you work out square meters?

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meters times meters = square meters

Doesn't work. 24 meters is a measurement of a distance. Square decimeters measures area. You can't compare the two.

1 (square mile) = 2,589,988.11 square meters. So, take square miles and multiply by 2,589,988.11 to get square meters.

12.08 square meters.

170 square feet = 15.8 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.

look at the square and count

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.

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

measure in square meters, a paddock with four different sides

Doesn't work. Meters is distance only, square millimeter is a unit for area. They don't compare.

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.

About 1.3 square meters. (1.30064256 square meters).

meters times meters = square meters

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