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#1 2005-10-24 07:06:21

blez
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cubic meters or square meters

i have a question:


If i would like to sale a cube (of ice, concret, steel, something....)  ... how should i express it's size: in cubic metrics or square meters?? i mean volume or area??

#2 2005-10-24 07:38:56

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Re: cubic meters or square meters

By volume.

For example, cubic meters (m), or cubic feet (m) or even liters.


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