# Square Meters to Hectares (m² to ha)

## Square Meters to Hectares (m² to ha) conversion calculator

Hectares to Square Meters (Swap units)

1m² = 0.0001ha

Note: You can increase or decrease the accuracy of this answer by selecting the number of significant figures required from the options above the result.

### Square Meters to Hectares conversion formula

Hectares = Square Meters / 10000

### Square Meters to Hectares calculation

Hectares = Square Meters / 10000

Hectares = 1 / 10000

Hectares = 0.0001

## How do you convert Square Meters to Hectares?

One hectare is equal to 10,000 square meters. Therefore, to convert square meters to hectares, you simply need to divide the number of square meters by 10,000. For example, if you have an area of land that measures 50,000 square meters, you would divide 50,000 by 10,000 to get 5 hectares.

This conversion is particularly useful when dealing with large areas of land, such as agricultural fields or national parks, where hectares are commonly used as a unit of measurement.

## What are Square Meters?

Square meters and hectares are both units of area measurement in the metric system. A square meter is the area of a square with sides that are each one meter long. It is commonly used to measure small areas such as the floor area of a room or the size of a piece of land. One square meter is equal to 10.76 square feet in the imperial system.

Square meters are important for accurately measuring and comparing different sizes of land or property.

## What are Hectares?

Hectares are a unit of measurement commonly used to quantify land area in the metric system. One hectare is equivalent to 10,000 square meters or 2.47 acres. This unit is particularly useful for measuring large areas of land, such as agricultural fields, parks, and forests.

Hectares are widely used in urban planning, agriculture, and environmental conservation to assess and manage land resources. For example, farmers may use hectares to determine the size of their fields for planting crops, while city planners may use this unit to calculate the area of land needed for new developments. Additionally, hectares are often used in ecological studies to measure the extent of habitats or conservation areas. Overall, hectares provide a convenient and standardized way to express and compare land areas in a variety of contexts.

Starting value
Increment
Accuracy
Square Meters
Hectares
0m²
0.00000ha
1m²
0.00010ha
2m²
0.00020ha
3m²
0.00030ha
4m²
0.00040ha
5m²
0.00050ha
6m²
0.00060ha
7m²
0.00070ha
8m²
0.00080ha
9m²
0.00090ha
10m²
0.00100ha
11m²
0.00110ha
12m²
0.00120ha
13m²
0.00130ha
14m²
0.00140ha
15m²
0.00150ha
16m²
0.00160ha
17m²
0.00170ha
18m²
0.00180ha
19m²
0.00190ha
Square Meters
Hectares
20m²
0.00200ha
21m²
0.00210ha
22m²
0.00220ha
23m²
0.00230ha
24m²
0.00240ha
25m²
0.00250ha
26m²
0.00260ha
27m²
0.00270ha
28m²
0.00280ha
29m²
0.00290ha
30m²
0.00300ha
31m²
0.00310ha
32m²
0.00320ha
33m²
0.00330ha
34m²
0.00340ha
35m²
0.00350ha
36m²
0.00360ha
37m²
0.00370ha
38m²
0.00380ha
39m²
0.00390ha
Square Meters
Hectares
40m²
0.00400ha
41m²
0.00410ha
42m²
0.00420ha
43m²
0.00430ha
44m²
0.00440ha
45m²
0.00450ha
46m²
0.00460ha
47m²
0.00470ha
48m²
0.00480ha
49m²
0.00490ha
50m²
0.00500ha
51m²
0.00510ha
52m²
0.00520ha
53m²
0.00530ha
54m²
0.00540ha
55m²
0.00550ha
56m²
0.00560ha
57m²
0.00570ha
58m²
0.00580ha
59m²
0.00590ha
Square Meters
Hectares
60m²
0.00600ha
61m²
0.00610ha
62m²
0.00620ha
63m²
0.00630ha
64m²
0.00640ha
65m²
0.00650ha
66m²
0.00660ha
67m²
0.00670ha
68m²
0.00680ha
69m²
0.00690ha
70m²
0.00700ha
71m²
0.00710ha
72m²
0.00720ha
73m²
0.00730ha
74m²
0.00740ha
75m²
0.00750ha
76m²
0.00760ha
77m²
0.00770ha
78m²
0.00780ha
79m²
0.00790ha