1. Multiply 1 times 1 to calculate 1 meter squared. Squaring a number means to multiply that number times itself. Therefore, a meter squared equals 1 square meter (1 meter on each
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A square meter is a section of area whose length and width both measure out to one meter long. This is the basic unit of area in the metric system.
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By multiplying 1 metre and 1 metre.
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11.3m * 8.4m = 94.92m^2. Cm are hundredths of a meter, you can convert before or after the multiplication but it is easier to convert first.
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