What is the standard unit of measuring land area?
(a) Metre
(b) Centimetres
(c) Kilometres
(d) Hectare
Answer:
So, the correct answer is (d).
Explanation:
The standard unit of measuring land is a hectare , though in villages units such as bigha, guintha, etc. are also used.
One hectare equals the area of a square with one side measuring 100 meters.
Let’s check all the options
- (a) Metre - A metre is a metric unit of length equal to 100 centimetres .
- (b) Centimeters - A centimeter is a unit of length in the metric system equal to ten millimeters or one-hundredth of a meter.
- (c) Kilometers - A kilometer is a metric unit of distance or length. One kilometer is a thousand meters.
- (d) Hectare - One hectare equals the area of a square with one side measuring 100 meters.
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