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How many nook in 1 square mile [nautical]? The answer is 42.377387050353.
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The SI derived unit for area is the square meter.
1 square meter is equal to 1.2355269141747E-5 nook, or 2.9155334959812E-7 square mile [nautical].
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1 nook to square mile [nautical] = 0.0236 square mile [nautical]

10 nook to square mile [nautical] = 0.23597 square mile [nautical]

20 nook to square mile [nautical] = 0.47195 square mile [nautical]

30 nook to square mile [nautical] = 0.70792 square mile [nautical]

40 nook to square mile [nautical] = 0.9439 square mile [nautical]

50 nook to square mile [nautical] = 1.17987 square mile [nautical]

100 nook to square mile [nautical] = 2.35975 square mile [nautical]

200 nook to square mile [nautical] = 4.7195 square mile [nautical]



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