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Hectares and Ares Converter

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Use this calculator to convert hectares (ha) to ares (a) and ares to hectares. This converter is part of the full area converter tool.

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Ares to Hectares Conversions

Ares Hectares
1 are 0.01 hectares
2 ares 0.02 hectares
3 ares 0.03 hectares
4 ares 0.04 hectares
5 ares 0.05 hectares
6 ares 0.06 hectares
7 ares 0.07 hectares
8 ares 0.08 hectares
9 ares 0.09 hectares
10 ares 0.1 hectares
11 ares 0.11 hectares
12 ares 0.12 hectares
13 ares 0.13 hectares
14 ares 0.14 hectares
15 ares 0.15 hectares
16 ares 0.16 hectares
17 ares 0.17 hectares
18 ares 0.18 hectares
19 ares 0.19 hectares
20 ares 0.2 hectares
Figures rounded to a maximum of 5 decimal places (7 with smaller numbers).

How many hectares are there in 1 are?

There are 0.01 hectares in 1 are. To convert from ares to hectares, multiply your figure by 0.01 (or divide by 100) .

Hectares to Ares Conversions

Hectares Ares
1 hectare 100 ares
2 hectares 200 ares
3 hectares 300 ares
4 hectares 400 ares
5 hectares 500 ares
6 hectares 600 ares
7 hectares 700 ares
8 hectares 800 ares
9 hectares 900 ares
10 hectares 1000 ares
11 hectares 1100 ares
12 hectares 1200 ares
13 hectares 1300 ares
14 hectares 1400 ares
15 hectares 1500 ares
16 hectares 1600 ares
17 hectares 1700 ares
18 hectares 1800 ares
19 hectares 1900 ares
20 hectares 2000 ares
Figures rounded to a maximum of 5 decimal places (7 with smaller numbers).

How many ares are there in 1 hectare?

There are 100 ares in 1 hectare. To convert from hectares to ares, multiply your figure by 100 (or divide by 0.01) .

What is an are?

The "are" is a unit of measurement employed (generally) to measure the size of a plot of land. As may be apparent, this is often used in the form of a suffix within other terms such as a decare or a hectare. An are is the equivalent of 100 square metres (ten metres by ten metres). While not common in the United Kingdom, it is still used in Russia and other countries throughout Eastern Europe.

What is a hectare?

One hectare is the equivalent of 100 ares (10,000 square metres). This term was first used as far back as 1795 and it continues to be associated with the measurement of land. Another way to view a hectare is as a plot which contains 2.47 acres. To get a better understanding of the size of a hectare, Trafalgar Square and an international rugby pitch are roughly equivalent to this measurement. You can find out more about hectares in the article, how big is a hectare?

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