# Area Converter

The calculators shown below can be used to determine the areas of seven typical forms. The area of more complicated shapes can typically be calculated by grouping the simpler shapes and adding together their areas. For calculating land area, this calculator is beneficial.

The size or extent of a two-dimensional figure or shape in a plane is expressed in terms of area. The square metre, or m2, is the standard area unit in the International System of Units (SI). It is the two-dimensional equivalent of a curve's one-dimensional length and a solid's three-dimensional volume. It can be thought of as the quantity of paint required to cover a surface. Below are examples of each shape's area and equations for some of the most popular simple shapes.

## Rectangle

By definition, a quadrilateral is a polygon with four edges and vertices. A quadrilateral with four right angles is a rectangle. It is one of the most straightforward shapes, and all that is needed to calculate its area are its length and width (or can be measured). The length and width of a rectangle usually refer to the quadrilateral's longer two edges and its shorter edge, respectively. A square is a type of rectangle formed when the length and breadth are equal. The following equation can be used to determine a rectangle's area:

**Area = length x width**

## Measurement units

acre, are (a), barn (b), hectare (ha), homestead, rood, square kilometre (km2), square metre (m2), square mile, square rod, square yard (yd2), township, square centimetre (cm2), square foot (ft2), square inch (in2), square millimetre (mm2), square millimetre (mm), square yard (yd2), and square inch (in2) (twp)

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