## How many meters are in a Jerib?

2,000 m²

Jerib

jerib to metric/English | ||
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jerib | m-ft | ha-acre |

1 jerib (Afghan) | 2,000 m² | 0.2 hectare |

1 jerib (Afghan) | 21,760 ft² | 0.4942 acre |

metric/English to jerib |

**How do I calculate a sqm?**

Multiply the length and width together. Once both measurements are converted into metres, multiply them together to get the measurement of the area in square metres. Use a calculator if necessary.

### How do I convert feddan to square meters?

By using our Feddan to Square Meter conversion tool, you know that one Feddan is equivalent to 4168.27 Square Meter. Hence, to convert Feddan to Square Meter, we just need to multiply the number by 4168.27.

**How do you convert decimals to square meters?**

Formula for Converting Decimal to Square Meter Square Meter = Decimal * 40.46484809. This is all you need to do for conversion purposes.

## How many inches is a Kadi?

How many Inches are in a Kadi? The answer is one Kadi is equal to 7.92 Inches.

**What is Kadi in land measurement?**

Land Measurement Conversion Table

Length in Unit | Conversion Factor |
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1 Chain (ch) | 66 ft, 22 yd (gaj), 100 links (kadi), 4 rods |

1 Feet (ft) | 12 inches, 30.48 cm |

1 Furlong | 660 ft, 220 yd, 40 rods, 10 chains |

1 Gaj | 1 yd, 0.91444 m, 3 ft, 36 in |

### Is there a difference between m2 and SQM?

A metre square is a square with sides one metre in length – it refers to the shape and the side length, not the area. By contrast, a square metre is an area and can be any shape….Updated 04/01/2020 (see below)

Area= Length x Breadth | A=l × b |
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2 metres x 2 metres | A = 2 m × 2 m |

4 square metres | A = 4 m2 |

**What feddan means?**

: an Egyptian unit of area equal to 1.038 acres.

## What is the size of a feddan?

noun, plural fed·dan, fed·dans. an Egyptian unit of area equivalent to 1.038 acres (0.42 ha).

**How many square meters is one Dismil?**

40.46484809 Square Meter

One Decimal is equal to 40.46484809 Square Meter.

### Can you square a decimal?

Explanation: Squaring a decimal is identical to multiplying decimals. Drop the decimal, multiply the number by its self, and then add up the decimal points in the original problem and put it back into your answer.

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