›› Convert manzana [Argentina] to pyeong


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How many manzana in 1 pyeong? The answer is 0.00033057851239669.
We assume you are converting between manzana [Argentina] and pyeong.
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The SI derived unit for area is the square meter.
1 square meter is equal to 0.0001 manzana, or 0.3025 pyeong.
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›› Quick conversion chart of manzana to pyeong

1 manzana to pyeong = 3025 pyeong

2 manzana to pyeong = 6050 pyeong

3 manzana to pyeong = 9075 pyeong

4 manzana to pyeong = 12100 pyeong

5 manzana to pyeong = 15125 pyeong

6 manzana to pyeong = 18150 pyeong

7 manzana to pyeong = 21175 pyeong

8 manzana to pyeong = 24200 pyeong

9 manzana to pyeong = 27225 pyeong

10 manzana to pyeong = 30250 pyeong

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›› Definition: Pyeong

A pyeong is a unit of the size of rooms or buildings in Korea, Japan, and Taiwan equal to 400/121 square metres.

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