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# How do you multiply millimeters by millimeters?

Updated: 4/28/2022

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10y ago

Exactly the same way you multiply inches by inches, or miles by miles.

Do I need to go through the details ? OK: Multiply the numbers, and

give the product the unit of mm2 (square millimeters). That's an area.

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