Q: What does two hectares equal?

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One square kilometre is equal to 100 hectares. Therefore, 100000 hectares is equal to 100000 / 100 = 1000 square kilometres.

1 hectare is equal to 10,000 square metres. Therefore, 2,000 square metres is equal to 2,000/10,000 = 2/10 or 0.2 hectares.

1 hectare equals 10,000 square meters. 72,000 square meters equals 7.2 hectares

There are 10000 square metres in one hectare. Therefore, 5000 square metres is equal to 5000/10000 = 0.5 hectares.

A kilometer is a unit of length, a hectare is a unit of area, so you can't compare the two. A square kilometer is equal to 100 hectares.

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20,000 square meters is two hectares.

Answer: 75,000 hectares = 289.576 mi²

One hectare is equal to about two and one half acres. An hectare is also equal to 107,639 square feet.

One square kilometre is equal to 100 hectares. Therefore, 100000 hectares is equal to 100000 / 100 = 1000 square kilometres.

No, more like 11 hectares!

1 hectare is equal to 10,000 square meters. Therefore, 12 hectares is equal to 12 × 10,000 = 120,000 square meters.

Answer: 152 acres = 61.5122 hectares

10 square miles = 1 x 10-9 hectares

3.35 million hectares equates to 12,934.4 square miles.

If you mean 1km squared then yes it is equal.

There are 100 hectares in 1 square kilometer. 1 hectare is equal to approximately 2.47 acres, and 1 acre is equal to about 0.4 hectares.