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How many Mm2 would there be in 43.65 dm2 Mm stands for Mega meters and dm stands for decimeters

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plz i need help

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look it up at google ..type in how many mega meters are in a decimeter

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help i don't know the answer

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There are 10^7 decimeters per Megameter, or 10^-7 Mm/dm.
Square that number for the ratio of dm/Mm^2. You will get 10^-14 Mm^2/dm^2

Since you have 43.65 dm^2, multiply that by 10^14 for the answer.

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