How many square fathom in 1 square decametre?
The answer is 29.899631720256.
We assume you are converting between square fathom and square decametre.
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The SI derived unit for area is the square meter.
1 square meter is equal to 0.29899631720256 square fathom, or 0.01 square decametre.
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1 square fathom to square decametre = 0.03345 square decametre
10 square fathom to square decametre = 0.33445 square decametre
20 square fathom to square decametre = 0.6689 square decametre
30 square fathom to square decametre = 1.00336 square decametre
40 square fathom to square decametre = 1.33781 square decametre
50 square fathom to square decametre = 1.67226 square decametre
100 square fathom to square decametre = 3.34452 square decametre
200 square fathom to square decametre = 6.68905 square decametre
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A square fathom is defined as the area of a square with sides one fathom in length.
The definition of a fathom is as follows:
unit of length equal to six feet used to measure depth of water
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