Square Miles and Square Kilometers Converter

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Use this calculator to convert square miles (mi²) to square kilometers (km²) and square kilometers to square miles. This converter is part of the full area converter tool.

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Square Kilometers to Square Miles Conversions

Square Kilometers Square Miles
1 square kilometer 0.3861 square miles
2 square kilometers 0.7722 square miles
3 square kilometers 1.15831 square miles
4 square kilometers 1.54441 square miles
5 square kilometers 1.93051 square miles
6 square kilometers 2.31661 square miles
7 square kilometers 2.70272 square miles
8 square kilometers 3.08882 square miles
9 square kilometers 3.47492 square miles
10 square kilometers 3.86102 square miles
11 square kilometers 4.24712 square miles
12 square kilometers 4.63323 square miles
13 square kilometers 5.01933 square miles
14 square kilometers 5.40543 square miles
15 square kilometers 5.79153 square miles
16 square kilometers 6.17763 square miles
17 square kilometers 6.56374 square miles
18 square kilometers 6.94984 square miles
19 square kilometers 7.33594 square miles
20 square kilometers 7.72204 square miles
Figures rounded to a maximum of 5 decimal places (7 with smaller numbers).

How many square miles are there in 1 square kilometer?

There are 0.38610215854245 square miles in 1 square kilometer. To convert from square kilometers to square miles, multiply your figure by 0.38610215854245 (or divide by 2.589988110336) .

Square Miles to Square Kilometers Conversions

Square Miles Square Kilometers
1 square mile 2.58999 square kilometers
2 square miles 5.17998 square kilometers
3 square miles 7.76996 square kilometers
4 square miles 10.35995 square kilometers
5 square miles 12.94994 square kilometers
6 square miles 15.53993 square kilometers
7 square miles 18.12992 square kilometers
8 square miles 20.7199 square kilometers
9 square miles 23.30989 square kilometers
10 square miles 25.89988 square kilometers
11 square miles 28.48987 square kilometers
12 square miles 31.07986 square kilometers
13 square miles 33.66985 square kilometers
14 square miles 36.25983 square kilometers
15 square miles 38.84982 square kilometers
16 square miles 41.43981 square kilometers
17 square miles 44.0298 square kilometers
18 square miles 46.61979 square kilometers
19 square miles 49.20977 square kilometers
20 square miles 51.79976 square kilometers
Figures rounded to a maximum of 5 decimal places (7 with smaller numbers).

How many square kilometers are there in 1 square mile?

There are 2.589988110336 square kilometers in 1 square mile. To convert from square miles to square kilometers, multiply your figure by 2.589988110336 (or divide by 0.38610215854245) .

What is a square kilometer?

One kilometer (or 'kilometre' with British spelling) is equivalent to 1,000 meters. Therefore, a square kilometer can be expressed as one million square meters. This unit of distance and area can be used within landscaping, surveying and aerial photography. One square kilometer is also equal to 100 hectares. The city of Chester in the United Kingdom is roughly one square kilometer in size. The Manchester Golf Club is likewise one square kilometer in total.

What is a square mile?

Used within the United States and many other parts of the world, the square mile is one of the most common forms of measuring the area of land. It is defined as a square whose sides are each equivalent to one mile in length. One square mile is the same size as 2.59 square kilometers. There are 640 acres found within one square mile. One acre is somewhat approximated to the size of a football pitch. Aerial mapping, satellite imagery and global positioning systems will often employ square miles.