Q: What is 100cm squared?

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It does. But 100 cm squared - ie a square with each side of 100 cm has an area of (100 cm)2 = 100 cm * 100 cm, which is 10,000 square cm. This is quite a common confusion caused by the use of measures of area in the form cm squared and square cm. Incidentally, this has absolutely nothing to do with metric or Imperial measures.

yes it is 1m is 100cm

100cm = 1m 1 meter

100cm = 1m100 cm = 1 metre

There are 100cm in 1m, therefore 7cm x (1m)/(100cm) = .07m

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100cm squared = 0.01 metres squared

1m = 100cm Therefore 1m x 1m = 100cm x 100cm. So on metre squared is equal to 10 000 centimetres squared.

A centimetre is a unit of length. A square metre is a unit of area. The two units are therefore incompatible.

The area of a square is the length of a side squared (multiplied by itself)A square that have 100 cm on all sides is 100cm*100cm = 10,000 cm2

It does. But 100 cm squared - ie a square with each side of 100 cm has an area of (100 cm)2 = 100 cm * 100 cm, which is 10,000 square cm. This is quite a common confusion caused by the use of measures of area in the form cm squared and square cm. Incidentally, this has absolutely nothing to do with metric or Imperial measures.

yes it is 1m is 100cm

if u multiplied 25 times 4 = 100... so u would add 25 +25=5O 50cm squared..!

1 mL = 1 cm3 There are 100cm per meter, therefore: 100cm*100cm*100cm = 1,000,000cm3 = 1,000,000mL

9016 Newtons, approx.

1 meter is eaqul to 100cm. or 1000 mm or 3ft 3.37inches

100cm = 1m 1 meter

100cm = 1m or there are 100cm in each meter. 794cm * (1m/100cm) = .794m