A square meter is one meter squared, duh. Sorry. A square meter is an area one meter by one meter, or a square having all four sides one meter long.
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A square meter contains ten thousand square centimeters inside of it, or one million of square milimeters.
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1. Express a square meter as the area inside 4 straight lines of equal length that intersect at 90degree angles to form an enclosed space. 2. A single square meter is the area equal
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1. Measure the length and width of the area or object you're calculating square meters for. Make your measurements in meters if possible. Ad. 2. Convert the measurements to meters
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