You will need

- The ability to perform arithmetic operations with degrees

Instruction

1

For translation in square millimeters square meters look closely at the word "millimeter" more closely. It consists of two parts. The root "meter" is a unit of length in SI. The prefix "Milli -" means a thousandth of something, and is the literal entry of a decimal multiplier: 0.001 or 10^-3. Conditionally write it like this: 1mm=10^-3M. thus, any length, expressed in

**millimeters**, can be represented as follows: Hm = X•10^-3 M. for Example: 27mm=27•10^-3M.2

Square millimeter is a millimeter, multiplied by the millimeter, or 10^-3M squared: mm^2= (10^-3) ^2 m^2=10^(-3•2) m^2=10^-6m^2. Ie, instead of the first letter "m" (miles), write "10^-6".For example: 51mm^2= 51• (10^-3) ^2 m^2=51•10^-6 m^2.

3

The same method give not only SI millimeters squared, but in Cuba and in any other degree. Example: 394мм^3=394•(10^-3)^3 m^3=394•10^-9 m^3, 68mm^-6=68•(10^-3M)^-6 m^-6=68•10^18 m^-6.

4

In this way translate into various degrees and other fraction and multiples of a meter.For example: 79cm^3=79•(10^-2m)^3 m^3=79•10^-6 m^3, 422 km^2=422•(10^3M)^2 m^2=422•10^6 m^2.

Note

In forest and agriculture area is measured in hectares (ha). Remember that 1 hectare=1•10^4 m^2

Useful advice

For translation, the SI note the multipliers and prefixes that are most often used:

10^9 – Giga,

10^6 – mega-,

10^3 – kilo,

10^-1 – deci-,

10^-2 – centi-,

10^-3 – Milli-,

10^-6 – micro.

10^9 – Giga,

10^6 – mega-,

10^3 – kilo,

10^-1 – deci-,

10^-2 – centi-,

10^-3 – Milli-,

10^-6 – micro.