I think I saw that you tried to include that your units were in inches. this is not a metric unit to start. convert inches to centimetres. then multiply the length by the width to get your answer in cm^2, a metric unit

The metric unit is the square meter (m2); also used is the multiple square kilometer (km2). In agriculture is used the non-SI unit hectare (ha); 1 ha = 0,01 km2.

The metric unit of the meter would be the appropriate measure of the area of classroom. Calculating area involves multiplying the length (in meters) of the classroom's length and width. Area of the classroom would be in square (^2) meters.

To find the area of a book cover in metric units, the most appropriate unit to use would be centimeters. The formula for finding the area of a book cover would be: length x width.

The basic unit of area in the Metric System is the ar, a unit equal to 100 square meters. However for most practical purposes the nonstandard unit of area is the hectare, which is 100 ares or 10,000 square meters.

Any metric unit of area could be used. The one that makes the most sense, because it produces the most convenient number, is the square kilometer. The official number is 78,772 of them.

The SI (i.e. metric) unit is the Joule. The SI (i.e. metric) unit is the Joule. The SI (i.e. metric) unit is the Joule. The SI (i.e. metric) unit is the Joule.

The metric unit of mass is the kilogram. The metric unit of length is the meter. The metric unit of time is the second. The metric unit of electric charge is the coulomb. All other units are combinations or multiples of these.