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10,000 square feet is

929.03 square meters.

sqrt of 929

= 30.5 meters.

So it would have 30.5 width and 30.5 length.

That is exactly the length of a Netball court. So I would say it would be a very small school.

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Answer: 10000 m² = 0.01 km²

square root of 10000 = 100100 * 100 = 10000

The square root of 10,000 is 100.

10000 square feet are 929 square meters.

10000 sqft is 929.03 meters square.

There are 10000 square meters in a hectare.

There are 10000 square centimetres in one square metre. Therefore, 1 square centimetre is equal to 1/10000 = 0.0001 square metres.

10,000 = the square of 100100,000,000 = the square of 10,000

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