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A patio has an area of 48 m2. What is the area of the patio in centimeters2? 4,800 cm2 480,000 cm2 48,000 cm2 4,800,000 cm2

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    to chence units like that just apply the definitions:\[m^2=(100cm)^2=10000cm^2\]So you just need to multiply the number by 10000, getting 480000

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