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The area of the Republic of South Africa is 1,221,037 sq km. 1 sq km = 1000x 1000 = 1,000,000 sq meters. In square meters the area is thus 1,221,037,000,000

1 sq ft is equal to 0.092903 sq meter.

1 km = 1000 meters 2.6 km = 2600 meters

1 Km = 1000 Meters 1.65 Km = 1650 Meters

1 meter = 3.2808399 ft 1 sq meter = 10.76391 sq ft 2767 sq meters = 29,783.738 sq ft

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7 million square meters ------------------------------------------------------------- 1 km = 1,000 m 1 sq km = 1 km × 1 km = 1,000 m × 1,000 m = 1,000,000 sq m → 7 sq km = 7 × 1,000,000 sq m = 7,000,000 sq m.

1 square kilometer = 1 000 000 square meters 4375000 sq meters = 4 375 000/1 000 000 sq km = 4.375 sq km

10,000 square meters is 1 hectare

1 km = 1,000 m 1 sq km = 1 km x 1 km = 1,000 m x 1,000 m = 1,000,000 sq m ⇒ 1.89 sq km = 1.89 x 1,000,000 sq m = 1,890,000 sq m

1 mile = 1.609 km so 1 sq mile = 1.609*1.609 sq km = 2.59 sq km

1 sq km is 0.386102 sq mi

1 sq km = 106 sq meters, and 1 sq meter = 104 sq cm, so 1 sq km = 1010 sq cm, or 1 sq cm = 10-10 sq km. Therefore 12.2 sq cm = 1.22 x 10-9 sq km

The area of the Republic of South Africa is 1,221,037 sq km. 1 sq km = 1000x 1000 = 1,000,000 sq meters. In square meters the area is thus 1,221,037,000,000

1 sq km = 100 hectares.

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1 sq km = 1000000 sq m So 10000 sq m = 0.01 sq km

1000 meters = 1 km

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