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# Square millimeters are in a square centimeter?

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One square centimeter is 100 square millimeters.

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There are 100 square millimeters in one square centimeter.

100. A centimeter is equal to 10 millimeters, so a square centimeter has 102 = 100 square millimeters.

Since a centimeter is 10 millimeters, it follows that a square centimeter is equal to 102 = 100 square millimeters.

1 cm = 10 mm, so 1 cm2 = 100 mm2 Technically, the correct answer is 10, because the question asks about centimeter square and millimeters square, not square cenitimeter and square millimeters.

512 cm2 = 51,200 mm2Each square centimeter is exactly one hundred square millimeters because one centimeter is exactly ten millimeters

Remembering hot to convert one unit size into a smaller unit size has its challenges. In one square centimeter there are 1000 cubic millimeters.

1cm=10mm =&gt; 1cm^2=100mm^2 thus there are 100 mm square in 1 cm square

You cannot change square centimeter to centimeter. The square centimeter is a measure of area and the centimeter is a measure of distance.

10 percent of 3 square centimeter is 0.3 square centimeter.

A square with sides that are one centimeter long

1 square centimeter is 1/929 (0.0010764) of a square foot.

There are 5.472 square feet in 5,084 square centimeters. 5,084 square centimeters x 0.00107639104 square feet/1 square centimeter = 5.472 square feet 1 square centimeter = 0.00107639104 square feet

To convert from square feet to square millimeters, multiply by 92,900.

5 square millimeters is 0.01 square inches.

different between centimeter square centimeter is that cm is a unit of length and cm square is used for measuring area

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