# Hectares and Square Metres

In this worksheet, students must convert between mm2 and hectares.

Key stage:  KS 3

Curriculum topic:   Number

Curriculum subtopic:   Use Standard Units of Measure

Difficulty level:

### QUESTION 1 of 10

The area of land is often measured in hectares (ha).

A 100m by 100m square has an area of 1 hectare.

So 1 ha = 10000 m2

Complete the sentence:

1 ha = .......... m2

Complete the sentence:

7 ha = .......... m2

Complete the sentence:

0.5 ha = .......... m2

Complete the sentence:

1.5 ha = .......... m2

Complete the sentence:

20000 m2 = .......... ha

Complete the sentence:

60000 m2 = .......... ha

Complete the sentence:

200000 m2 = .......... ha

Complete the sentence:

7.5 ha = .......... m2

Complete the sentence:

24000 m2 = .......... ha

Complete the sentence:

2000 m2 = .......... ha

• Question 1

Complete the sentence:

1 ha = .......... m2

10000
• Question 2

Complete the sentence:

7 ha = .......... m2

70000
• Question 3

Complete the sentence:

0.5 ha = .......... m2

5000
• Question 4

Complete the sentence:

1.5 ha = .......... m2

15000
• Question 5

Complete the sentence:

20000 m2 = .......... ha

2
• Question 6

Complete the sentence:

60000 m2 = .......... ha

6
• Question 7

Complete the sentence:

200000 m2 = .......... ha

20
• Question 8

Complete the sentence:

7.5 ha = .......... m2

75000
• Question 9

Complete the sentence:

24000 m2 = .......... ha

2.4
• Question 10

Complete the sentence:

2000 m2 = .......... ha

0.2
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