I have 9081.11 cubic meters and I need to know what the area in m2 is. Can you help. Is there a simple formula or a converter on the net to use?
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Re: Cubic Meter to Square meter
i am trying to convert 265m3 cubic metres in to square metres M2.
the cubic metres are the capacity of the Fore peak Tank on a Ships ballast tank.
can anyone come up with a conversion.
regards John Hardy.
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Re: Cubic Meter to Square meter
Originally posted by Unregistered View Posti am trying to convert 265m3 cubic metres in to square metres M2.
the cubic metres are the capacity of the Fore peak Tank on a Ships ballast tank.
can anyone come up with a conversion.
regards John Hardy.
For nonvertical sides, the area is different at different depths making volume computation tricky. With enough shape and dimensional detail, it can be estimated pretty well.
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Re: Cubic Meter to Square meter
Originally posted by Unregistered View Posti am trying to convert 265m3 cubic metres in to square metres M2.
the cubic metres are the capacity of the Fore peak Tank on a Ships ballast tank.
can anyone come up with a conversion.
regards John Hardy.
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Re: Cubic Meter to Square meter
Hi,
I am trying to convert 2.76 cubic meters
(the approximate area of my belongings which require a shipping crate)
to square meters (so the company knows what size crate to build me.
Please help...
Thanks!
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[QUOTE = Unregistered; 28504] Converta 400 metros quadrados de metros cúbicos [/ QUOTE]
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Re: Cubic Meter to Square meter
Originally posted by Unregistered View PostHi,
I am trying to convert 2.76 cubic meters
(the approximate area of my belongings which require a shipping crate)
to square meters (so the company knows what size crate to build me.
Please help...
Thanks!
There is no formula to "convert," until you specify two of the three dimensions.
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