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How do I work out 10' x 10' into m2

Trying to work out how many slabs I will need for a patio.
 
There is Approx 3.5ft per metre

10ft / 3.5 = Approx 2.86

2.86 X 2.86 = 8.2 m2 give or take
 
1 inch = 0.0254 meters

10 inch = 0.254 meters

therefore

0.254 x 0.254 m squared

which is 25.4 cm each way.

dunno if this is what you are after.
 
10 feet = 3.048m

3.048 * 3.048 = 9.290304

Round it off and I would say you need 10m2

but it all depends on the size of the slab and how many you are going to have to cut and what wastage you will get
 
100 (sq feet) = 9.290304 sq meters

google it

10ft x 10 ft = 100sq ft
google

100sq ft to sq m

easy
 
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