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No. It is the number of squares multiplied by the area of each square. This is equivalent to specifying the measurement units.

No. It is the number of squares multiplied by the area of each square. This is equivalent to specifying the measurement units.

No. It is the number of squares multiplied by the area of each square. This is equivalent to specifying the measurement units.

No. It is the number of squares multiplied by the area of each square. This is equivalent to specifying the measurement units.

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