Consider a city of 10 square kilometers. A macrocellular system design divides the city up into square cells of 1 square kilometer
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Originally Posted by moonnightingale Consider a city of 10 square kilometers. A macrocellular system design divides the city up into square cells of 1 square kilometer One square kilometer is a unit of the area. A square kilometer can be considered as a square which is one kilometer long and one kilometer wide: $\displaystyle 1\ km^2 = 1\ km \cdot 1\ km = 1000\ m \cdot 1000\ m = 1,000,000\ m^2$
if some one says area is 16 Km square then it mean, 4 km length and 4 km width am i right in saying this
Originally Posted by moonnightingale if some one says area is 16 Km square then it mean, 4 km length and 4 km width am i right in saying this Of course that's OK. But you can also say the area is 2 km by 8 km, or 1 km by 16 km, or 3.2 km by 5 km. In general: The product of length and width must equal 16.
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