# Squares

Calculate the area of square and result round to square decimeters.

a) a = 1,52 dm

b) a = 13 268mm

c) a = 562 cm

d) a = 1,52 m

a) a = 1,52 dm

b) a = 13 268mm

c) a = 562 cm

d) a = 1,52 m

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