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1m^2 = 9.33 $

1m = ?

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In summary, the conversation discusses the price for coloring a tube with a given area of 1m^2, which is $9.33. However, the question of finding the price for 1 meter is meaningless as 1m^2 is a two-dimensional area while 1m is a one-dimensional length. The conversation also mentions the formula for calculating the surface area of a tube and uses it to estimate the price for 1m. The result is approximately $1.61.

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nominj98

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1m^2 = 9.33 $

1m = ?

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skeeter

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$m^2$ is a two-dimensional area; $m$ is one-dimensional length

you can pay \$9.33 for a square meter of carpet, but you can't buy 1 meter of carpet

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If 1m^2 price is 9.33 $ then what's the price for 1meter?

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1m^2 = 9.33 $

1m = ?

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HOI

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You have included a picture now, but with no explanation. What is this picture of and what does it have to do with carpets?

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you seem to want the surface area of a hollow tube one meter in length with an

$A = C \cdot L = \pi \cdot d \cdot L \approx \pi \cdot (0.055 \, m) \cdot (1 \, m) \approx 0.173 \, m^2$

based on that area ...

$\dfrac{\$ 9.33}{1 \, m^2} = \dfrac{\$ x}{0.173 \, m^2} \implies x \approx \$1.61$

The conversion rate for 1m^2 to 1 meter is 1:1. This means that 1 square meter is equal to 1 meter.

To calculate the price for 1 meter, you simply divide the price for 1m^2 by the conversion rate of 1:1. In this case, if the price for 1m^2 is $9.33, then the price for 1 meter would also be $9.33.

Yes, since the conversion rate for 1m^2 to 1 meter is 1:1, the price for 1 meter would be the same as the price for 1 square meter.

No, the price for 1 meter cannot be calculated if the price for 1m^2 is not given. The price for 1m^2 is needed in order to determine the price for 1 meter.

The unit for the price of 1 meter would be the same as the unit for the price of 1m^2. In this case, since the price for 1m^2 is given in dollars, the price for 1 meter would also be in dollars.

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