square yard to square kilometre conversion

Conversion number between square yard [sq yd] and square kilometre [km²] is 8.3612736 × 10-7. This means, that square yard is smaller unit than square kilometre.

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Enter the number in square yard:

Decimal Fraction Exponential Expression
 [sq yd]
eg.: 10.12345 or 1.123e5

Result in square kilometre

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Calculation process of conversion value

• 1 square yard = (exactly) (0.83612736) / (1000000) = 8.3612736 × 10-7 square kilometre
• 1 square kilometre = (exactly) (1000000) / (0.83612736) = 1195990.0463011 square yard
• ? square yard × (0.83612736  ("m²"/"square yard")) / (1000000  ("m²"/"square kilometre")) = ? square kilometre

High precision conversion

If conversion between square yard to square-metre and square-metre to square kilometre is exactly definied, high precision conversion from square yard to square kilometre is enabled.

Decimal places: (0-800)

square yard
Result in square kilometre:
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square yard to square kilometre conversion chart

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square yardsquare kilometre
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108.3612736 × 10-6
201.67225472 × 10-5
302.50838208 × 10-5
403.34450944 × 10-5
504.1806368 × 10-5
605.01676416 × 10-5
705.85289152 × 10-5
806.68901888 × 10-5
907.52514624 × 10-5
1008.3612736 × 10-5
1109.19740096 × 10-5
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Details about square yard and square kilometre units:

Convert Square yard to other unit:

square yard

Definition of square yard unit: ≡ 1 yd × 1 yd. Square yard (International) area is equal with 1 yard by 1 yard square ≡ 0.9144 × 0.9144 ≡ 0.83612736 m²

Convert Square kilometre to other unit:

square kilometre

Definition of square kilometre unit: = 1km x 1km.

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