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# How many square meter land is one cent in India?

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1 cent = 40.468 square metres.

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This question is relating to land measurements in India, especially in south India. In India, one cent is 1/100th of an acre. In square feet, one cent is 435.6 square feet. One 6th of 32 tenths

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In India(especially south india), land will be measured in cents. 1 acre = 100 cents. and 1 acre = 4840 square yards =&gt; 100 cents = 4840 square yards =&gt; 1 cent = 48.4 square yards and 1 square yard = 9 square feet =&gt; 1 cent = 48.4 * 9 = 435.6 square feet. there fore, 1 cent = 48.4 square yards or 1 ground = 5.5 cent 1 ground = 2400 sq ft

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The "cent" is 1/100 of an acre or 435.6 square feet.

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