Q: How many decimal is one katha in Bangladesh?

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A katha is a measure of area. A decimal is simply a way of representing a number - any number. It has no relation t any measure.

1 acre = 60.5 kathas (bangladesh) 1 acre = 3 bighas (approximately) Also varies by country/region

435 square feet

In Bangladesh, decimal is still used in some places as land measurement. Usually one decimal equals 100 acres and one acre equals 43559.99 square feet. You can now easily convert decimal to square feet! so 43559.99 square feet times by 100 equals 4355999 square feet in one decimal.

720 sqft

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In Bangladesh, one katha is 720 square feet.

One katha is a unit of measurement used in South Asia, particularly in India, Bangladesh, and Nepal. It is equivalent to 1/20th of a bigha or 720 square feet. Katha is not typically divided into decimal units but is rather used as a whole number.

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In Bangladesh, one katha is standardized to 720 sq ft area. I assume it remains the same in Jamshedpur?

A katha is a measure of area. A decimal is simply a way of representing a number - any number. It has no relation t any measure.

6.615, approx.

These measures of area differ from one part of South Asia to another s a definitive answer is not possible. But a katha (or kotha) equals approx 6.6 decimals.

1 acre = 60.5 kathas (bangladesh) 1 acre = 3 bighas (approximately) Also varies by country/region

18 katha

435 square feet

1 katha=66.9 sq. metres 1 katha=720 sft

100 dismil