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# How big is a 65 square meter apartment?

I don't really know how to measure how big this is. What does 65 square meters mean? (how many meters along and how many across?) Sorry for the dumb question.

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- Anonymous10 years agoFavorite Answer
650 square feet. Does that help?

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- Michael da ManLv 610 years ago
Since a meter is about a yard, and a yard is 3 feet, 65 square meters works out to about 576 square feet which is a pretty small apartment.

1 yard = 3 feet; square root of 65 is about 8 meters so the apartment would be 8 meters = 24 feet on a side so the area would be 24 feet x 24 feet = 576 square feet.

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- 10 years ago
65 square meter means that the length x the width of the apartment = 65 square meters

so for instance if the apartment was 5 meters wide and 13 meters long , 5 x 13 = 65 but it isn't nessacerily 5 x 13, it could be something like 10 x 6.5

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- Ed ILv 710 years ago
I could be 65 m x 1 m, but this is unlikely. Or 13 m x 5 m, which still seems unlikely.

It could be any combination of factors of 65, but I'll go with 8.125 m x 8 m, which is almost square.

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- StevenLv 710 years ago
square means you are multiplying a measure by itself

here its meters: 1 meter x 1 meter is 1 square meter

5meters x 13meters is 65 square meters

10meters x 6.5meters is also 65 square meters

when you multiply something by the same measure a third time you get the 'cubic'

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- ComoLv 710 years ago
Answer would in fact be 65 m ²

ie Would accommodate 65 squares each of area 1 m ²

If you had an area of 100 m ² it could have dimensions as follows :-

L (m)__5___10___20__50___2 etc etc

B (m)_20___10___5___2___50 etc etc

Note that 1 m is approx. 39 ins

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