km2 to hectare 

The calculator allows you to convert square kilometers to hectares (km2 to hectares). Perform the reverse calculation: hectare to km2 
1 hectare = 1 / 100 km^{2} = 0.01 km^{2} 
To convert square kilometers to hectares, multiply by 100. ExamplesTo convert square kilometers (km²) to hectares (ha), you can use the conversion formula:1 square kilometer = 100 hectares or 1 km^{2} = 100 ha Indeed, to convert square kilometers to hectares, multiply the number of square kilometers by 100. You can find below 5 examples: Example 1: convert 0.5 square kilometer to hectares:0.5 km² = 0.5 x 100 = 50 hectaresExample 2: convert 1.25 square kilometers to hectares:1.25 km² = 1.25 x 100 = 125 hectaresExample 3: convert 2.75 square kilometers to hectares:2.75 km² = 2.75 x 100 = 275 hectaresExample 4: convert 5.5 square kilometers to hectares:5.5 km² = 5.5 x 100 = 550 hectaresExample 5: Convert 10.75 square kilometers to hectares:10.75 km² = 10.75 x 100 = 1 075 hectaresConversion table square kilometers to hectares (km2 to ha)
Square kilometersA square kilometer (km²) is a unit of area commonly used to measure large land areas. It is equal to the area of a square with sides measuring 1 kilometer each. The symbol for square kilometers is km². The "k" represents kilo, which signifies a factor of 1000, and "m²" represents square meters. A square kilometer is a relatively large area. It is equivalent to 1 000 000 square meters or 100 hectares.HectaresA hectare is a unit of measurement for area that is commonly used in agriculture and land management. It is equivalent to 10 000 square meters or 2.471 acres. The word "hectare" comes from the French word "hectomètre carré", which means "100 meters squared". It was first introduced as a metric unit of area in 1795 during the French Revolution and has been used as an international standard since the 19th century. Hectares are often used to measure the area of large plots of land such as farms, parks, and forests. The symbol for hectare is "ha". 