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How do I convert cubic meters to square feet

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I have 1 wood cubic meters (M3) and I need to cover some square feet. How do I make the conversion?
Submitted: 10 years ago.
Category: General
Expert:  Ryan replied 10 years ago.

Thank you for your question and welcome to Just Answer!

We can find that there are 35.314 square feet per meter either by looking it up on a table such as here, or we can work it out by hand:

3.2808 feet per meter.

3.2808 ft x 3.2808 ft x 3.2808 ft = 35.314 cubic feet.

So, to convert you would multiply the cubic meters by 35.314 to give you cubic feet.

In this case 1 x 35.314 = 35.314 cubic feet.

I hope this helps! If so, please don't forget to "Accept", otherwise please reply and let me know how I can help you further.



Customer: replied 10 years ago.
Reply to Ryan's Post: Ok! Maybe I didn't so clear. I have 1 cubic meter of wood floor. I know how many cubic feet it does means. My question is: how many square feet, this quantity (in cubic meters) will be cover?
Expert:  Ryan replied 10 years ago.

That would depend on how thick each piece of the flooring is...

If you let me know we should be able to figure it out!



Customer: replied 10 years ago.
Reply to Ryan's Post: Hi Ryan,
Each piece those flooring will be 3/4 " or 0.75 inchs, 0.0625 feet. Actually that dimensions are 1x0.25x0.0625 feet. So I need know how many square feet would be cover by 1 cubic feet.
Expert:  Ryan replied 10 years ago.

If the flooring is .75 inches thick, and you have 1 cubic foot of it, then it would cover 16 sq feet.

Let me know if we finally have this nailed down.



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