# Square Meters to Hectares Conversion

Round:
Enter Square Meter
Enter Hectare

To convert square meters to hectares (sqm to ha), you may use the square meters to hectares converter above.

Below, you will find information of how to find out how many hectares there are in "x" square meters, including the formulas and example conversions.

## How to convert square meters to hectares?

1 Square meter (m²) is equal to 0.0001 hectare. To convert square meters to hectares, multiply the square meter value by 0.0001 or divide by 10000.

For example, to convert 100000 square meters to hectares, divide 100000 by 10000, that makes 10 hectares in 100000 square meters.

square meters to hectares formula

hectare = square meter * 0.0001

hectare = square meter / 10000

## How to calculate square meters and convert to hectares?

To calculate an area in square meters, multiply the length by the width in meters.

Square Meter = Length(m) × Width(m)

For example, to calculate an area of a 100m x 500m land in meters, multiply 100 by 500, that makes 50000 square meters. To convert the same area to hectares, divide the result by 10000. You may also use the conversion calculator above to calculate the area in both square meters and hectares by entering the length and the width in meters.

## How to convert hectares to square meters?

1 Hectare is equal to 10000 square meters (m²). To convert hectares to square meters, multiply the hectare value by 10000.

For example, to convert 2 hectares to square meters, multiply 2 by 10000, that makes 20000 square meters in 2 hectares.

hectares to square meters formula

square meter = hectare * 10000

What is a Square Meter?

Square meter (metre) is a metric system area unit. 1 Square Meter = 0.0001 Hectare. The symbol is "".

What is a Hectare?

Hectare is a metric system area unit. 1 Hectare = 10000 Square Meters. The symbol is "ha".

Please visit all area units conversion to convert all area units.

Create Conversion Table
Click "Create Table". Enter a "Start" value (5, 100 etc). Select an "Increment" value (0.01, 5 etc) and select "Accuracy" to round the result.