›› Convert fall [English] to centiare

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How many fall [English] in 1 centiare? The answer is 0.021263023601956.
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The SI derived unit for area is the square meter.
1 square meter is equal to 0.021263023601956 fall [English], or 1 centiare.
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1 fall [English] to centiare = 47.03 centiare

2 fall [English] to centiare = 94.06 centiare

3 fall [English] to centiare = 141.09 centiare

4 fall [English] to centiare = 188.12 centiare

5 fall [English] to centiare = 235.15 centiare

6 fall [English] to centiare = 282.18 centiare

7 fall [English] to centiare = 329.21 centiare

8 fall [English] to centiare = 376.24 centiare

9 fall [English] to centiare = 423.27 centiare

10 fall [English] to centiare = 470.3 centiare

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›› Definition: Centiare

a metric unit of area equivalent to 1 square meter or 10.76 square feet; abbreviated ca

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