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1 E6 mē
To help compare sizes of different geographic regions, we list here areas between 1
km
^{2}
(100
hectares
) and 10 km
^{2}
(1000 hectares).
See also
areas of other orders of magnitude
.
Areas smaller than 1 km
^{2}
1 km
^{2}
is equal to:
100
hectares
10
^{6}
m
^{2}
0.386 square miles.
247
acres
the area of a
square
of side length
1
km
A
cube
with this surface area has sides of length
408
m.
A
circle
of this area has a radius of
564
m.
A
sphere
of this surface area has a radius of
282
m.
135 hectares -- the campus of the
United States Naval Academy
195 hectares --
Monaco
320 hectares --
Hampstead Heath
in
London
.
650 hectares --
Gibraltar
Areas larger than 10 kmē
See also:
Orders of magnitude
External link
Conversion Calculator for Units of AREA
(
http://www.ex.ac.uk/cimt/dictunit/ccarea.htm
)
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