What does one square meter look like?

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How many inches are in one meter

Hi, 1 meter = 39.37 inches. This site enables you to convert any length to any other length. Best regards,

I am insecure about how I look, rate me by my description?

No picture here kid. Your a child, your growing, your not fully developed yet. Give it time. All the beauties and good-looking guys get worse as years go by and those who were just so so turn out great. Just be the best you can be, accept yourself and others will accept you.

One meter cube equal to how much?

Hi, You didn't mention to what do you want to convert it. Anyhow: 1 cubic meter equals to 264.2 gallons (USA liquids). (the exact figure is 264.172). Here is a usefull site that will help you convert any volume to any other volume you have in mind. Best regards,

What is meters squared plus meters?

Let us presume: (X*Y)+Z is a finite measurement. Remember the commutative law of mathematics. To illustrate: X=10M Y=10M Z=10M X*Y = 10^2M (100 SM). We have four operations: +-*/ XY*Z yeilds 10^3M. XY/Z yeilds the reciprocal: 10M XY-Z yeilds 9.0M^2 XY+Z yeilds 1.1M^2 Do not fear the laws of ...