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# How many linear meter in 10 square meter?

## Answer

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###### August 26, 2008 9:17PM

If you are asking for the side length of a square with an area of 10 square meters. The length of each side of the square is 3.16227766 meters.

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###### Asked in Units of Measure, Area

### 1 meter how many square feet?

meter is the unit of length ( one dimension) and square feet is
ti unit of area two dimension... there is well the in one meter
there are 100 centimeters and in one feet there are 30 so 1 meter
is about 3 feet and 10 cm . to be exact 1 meter is 3.280 feet
There are no square feet in a meter. A meter is a unit of linear
measure, whereas a square foot is a unit of area measurement. Its a
little like saying "How many gallons in an volt." There are 10.76
square feet in a SQUARE meter, if that's what you were asking.

###### Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Algebra, Area

### How many sq meters in 10 sq linear meters?

You cannot have square linear metres. Either they are
square metres - in which case the question becomes "how many sq
metres in 10 sq metres" and the answer is, obviously 10.
or
linear metres - in which case thequestion becomes "how many sq
metres in 10 linear metres" and the answer is,none because a linear
metre is a measure of length while a sq metre is a measure of area
and conversion between the two is not valid.
You cannot have square linear metres. Either they are
square metres - in which case the question becomes "how many sq
metres in 10 sq metres" and the answer is, obviously 10.
or
linear metres - in which case thequestion becomes "how many sq
metres in 10 linear metres" and the answer is,none because a linear
metre is a measure of length while a sq metre is a measure of area
and conversion between the two is not valid.
You cannot have square linear metres. Either they are
square metres - in which case the question becomes "how many sq
metres in 10 sq metres" and the answer is, obviously 10.
or
linear metres - in which case thequestion becomes "how many sq
metres in 10 linear metres" and the answer is,none because a linear
metre is a measure of length while a sq metre is a measure of area
and conversion between the two is not valid.
You cannot have square linear metres. Either they are
square metres - in which case the question becomes "how many sq
metres in 10 sq metres" and the answer is, obviously 10.
or
linear metres - in which case thequestion becomes "how many sq
metres in 10 linear metres" and the answer is,none because a linear
metre is a measure of length while a sq metre is a measure of area
and conversion between the two is not valid.

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