# Area Converter

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If you want to calculate an area of square feet for a room or area for flooring, landscaping, carpets or tiling then see the square feet calculator.

## Conversion units for the Area Converter

Acres (ac), Ares (a), Barns (b), Cents (ct), Hectares (ha), Ping, Square Angstroms, Square Astronomical Units, Square Centimeters (cm^{2}), Square Decimeters (dm^{2}), Square Dekameters (dam^{2}), Square Fathoms, Square Feet (ft^{2}), Square Hectometers (hm^{2}), Square Inches (in^{2}), Square Kilometers (km^{2}), Square Lightyears, Square Meters (m^{2}), Square Micrometers (µm^{2}), Square Microns, Square Miles (mi^{2}), Square Millimeters (mm^{2}), Square Millimicrons, Square Nanometers (nm^{2}), Square Parsecs, Square Rods, Square Yards (yd^{2}),

### Popular individual converters:

Cents and Acres, Hectares and Acres, Square Inches and Square Centimeters, Square Feet and Acres, Square Feet and Cents, Square Feet and Hectares, Square Kilometers and Acres, Square Kilometers and Hectares, Square Meters and Acres, Square Meters to Square Inches, Square Meters to Square Feet, Square Meters and Cents

## Area Converter Definitions

**Acre**

The acre is a unit of area in the imperial and U.S. customary systems. The acre is often used in measurements for areas of land and its
international symbol is **ac**. You can find out more about acres in the article, how big is an acre?

**Are**

The Are is a unit of area equal to 100 square metres (10m x 10m). It is commonly used for measuring land area. Although the Are is now considered to be outside of the modern International System (SI), it is still used to
measure real estate in some European countries. Its international symbol is **a**.

**Hectare**

The hectare is a unit of area equal to 10,000 square metres (107,639 sq ft), or one square hectometre (100m x 100m), and is commonly used for measuring land area. It is most commonly used in the surveying profession for day to day legal documents such as land deeds, mortgage surveys, town planning, environmental protection, and other necessary property considerations under the law. You can find out more about hectares in the article, how big is a hectare?

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