A district is 40km long and 18 km wide. Find the area of district in (a) hectares (b) m²
Asked by ektasinghmsw | 23rd Jun, 2019, 10:17: AM
The districts is 40 km long
Thus, l= 40 km
Also, it is 18 km long
b = 18 km
Area = l x b = 40 x 18 = 720 km2
1 km2 = 100 hectares
a) 720 km2 = 72000 hectares
b) 1 km2 = 1 x 106 m2
Thus, 720 km2 = 720 x 106 m2
Answered by Shiwani Sawant | 23rd Jun, 2019, 07:05: PM
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