Q: What is the square of 100m x 100m?

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1 hectare is 10,000 square metres. It is 100m x 100m.

The hectare is a measure of area. 1 hectare is equivalent in area to a 100m square, that is, a square 100m x 100m 1 hectare=100x100 square metres = 10,000m2.

10,000 You could have found that by googling. ;)

1 Hectare = 10,000 square meters or 100m x 100m 1 heatare = 2.471 acres

The area of a 1-hectare square is indeed 100m x 100m, but square roots do not directly apply to areas in this way. To calculate the sides of a square with 1.5 hectares, you would need to determine the square root of 1.5 hectares (approximately 122m x 122m).

There is no set length for 1000 square meters. A few possibilities are: 1000m x 1m 500m x 2m 100m x 10m 50m x 20m

100m x 50m=5000m2

100m² = 1,076.4ft²

1pm = 1/1,000,000,000,000m 1cm = 1/100m x(pm) = 1cm x/1,000,000,000,000m = 1/100m x = 1,000,000,000,000/100 x = 10,000,000,000

A square plot of land that is 4 acres would have sides that are approximately 299 feet long.

40 meters

If the area is 10000m2, each side has length 100m Therefore the perimeter is 4*100m = 400m