Q: How big is 100 cm squared?

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100 cm squared is a measurement of area - NOT of length.The perimeter of an area of 100 cm can have any value greater than or equal to 20*sqrt(pi) cm = approx 35.45 cm

Linearly 100 cm = 1 m Area = 100cm X 100 cm = 1 m x 1m => 10000 cm^(2) = 1 m^(2) So 1000 cm^(2) does NOT equal 1 m^(2)

1 metre = 100 cm so 100 x 100 = 10000 sq cm

10,000 as 100 cm in a meter 100^2= 10,000 1^2= 1 meter

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10 cm squared is 100 square centimeters.

Linearly 100 cm = 1 m Area = 100cm X 100 cm = 1 m x 1m => 10000 cm^(2) = 1 m^(2) So 1000 cm^(2) does NOT equal 1 m^(2)

It does. But 100 cm squared - ie a square with each side of 100 cm has an area of (100 cm)2 = 100 cm * 100 cm, which is 10,000 square cm. This is quite a common confusion caused by the use of measures of area in the form cm squared and square cm. Incidentally, this has absolutely nothing to do with metric or Imperial measures.

1 m = 100 cm 1 m² = 1 m × 1 m = 100 cm × 100 cm = 10,000 cm²

Incorrect. 1 m = 100 cm 1 m2 = (100 cm)2 = 10000 cm2

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100 cm squared is a measurement of area - NOT of length.The perimeter of an area of 100 cm can have any value greater than or equal to 20*sqrt(pi) cm = approx 35.45 cm

1 metre = 100 cm so 100 x 100 = 10000 sq cm

10,000 as 100 cm in a meter 100^2= 10,000 1^2= 1 meter

200 cm x 75 cm = 15,000 cm squared (10 cm) squared = 100 cm squared 15,000 divided by 100 = 150 tiles Get extra for breakage.

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Yes, it is.Yes. Since one meter is 100 cm, a square meter is 10,000 (i.e., 100 squared) square centimeters.