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  1. El kilómetro cuadrado es la unidad de superficie, o área, que corresponde con un cuadrado de un kilómetro de lado. Equivale a un millón de metros cuadrados. [1] En el Sistema Internacional de Unidades (SI), su símbolo es km²: no admite punto, ni mayúscula, ni plural [2] (véanse normas ortográficas de los símbolos del SI

  2. Kilometro cuadrado -. Square kilometre. El kilómetro cuadrado ( ortografía internacional según la utiliza la Oficina Internacional de Pesos y Medidas ) o el kilómetro cuadrado (ortografía estadounidense), símbolo km 2 , es un múltiplo del metro cuadrado , la unidad SI de área o superficie . También es aproximadamente igual a: El ...

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  4. El kilómetro cuadrado es la unidad de superficie, o área, que corresponde con un cuadrado de un kilómetro de lado. Equivale a un millón de metros cuadrados . [ 1 ] En el Sistema Internacional de Unidades (SI), su símbolo es km² : no admite punto, ni mayúscula, ni plural [ 2 ] (véanse normas ortográficas de los símbolos del SI ).

  5. El kilómetro cuadrado es la unidad de superficie, o área, que corresponde con un cuadrado de un kilómetro de lado. Equivale a un millón de metros cuadrados. [1] En el Sistema Internacional de Unidades (SI), su símbolo es km²: no admite punto, ni mayúscula, ni plural [2] (véanse normas ortográficas de los símbolos del SI

    • Topographical Map Grids
    • Medieval City Centres
    • Parks
    • Golf Courses
    • Other Areas of One Square Kilometre Or Thereabouts

    Topographical map grids are worked out in metres, with the grid lines being 1,000 metres apart. 1. 1:100,000 maps are divided into squares representing 1 km2, each square on the map being one square centimetre in area and representing 1 km2on the surface of the earth. 2. For 1:50,000 maps, the grid lines are 2 cm apart. Each square on the map is 2 cm by 2 cm (4 cm2) and represents 1 km2on the surface of the earth. 3. For 1:25,000 maps, the grid lines are 4 cm apart. Each square on the map is 4 cm by 4 cm (16 cm2) and represents 1 km2on the surface of the earth. In each case, the grid lines enclose one square kilometre.

    The area enclosed by the walls of many European medieval cities were about one square kilometre. These walls are often either still standing or the route they followed is still clearly visible, such as in Brussels, where the wall has been replaced by a ring road, or in Frankfurt, where the wall has been replaced by gardens. The approximate area of the old walled cities can often be worked out by fitting the course of the wall to a rectangle or an oval (ellipse). Examples include 1. Delft, Netherlands (See map alongside) 52°0′54″N 4°21′34″E / 52.01500°N 4.35944°E / 52.01500; 4.35944 1. The walled city of Delft was approximately rectangular. 1.1. The approximate length of rectangle was about 1.30 kilometres (0.81 mi). 1.2. The approximate width of the rectangle was about 0.75 kilometres (0.47 mi). 1.3. A perfect rectangle with these measurements has an area of 1.30×0.75 = 0.9 km2 1. Lucca (Italy) 43°50′38″N 10°30′2″E / 43.84389°N 10.50056°E / 43.84389; 10.50056 1. The medieval c...

    Parks come in all sizes; a few are almost exactly one square kilometre in area. Here are some examples: 1. Riverside Country Park, UK. 2. Brierley Forest Park, UK. 3. Rio de Los Angeles State Park, California, USA 4. Jones County Central Park, Iowa, USA. 5. Kiest Park, Dallas, Texas, USA 6. Hole-in-the-Wall Park & Campground, Grand Manan Island, Bay of Fundy, New Brunswick, Canada 7. Downing Provincial Park, British Columbia, Canada 8. Citadel Park, Poznan, Poland 9. Sydney Olympic Park, Sydney, Australia, contains 6.63 square kilometres of wetlands and waterways.

    Using the figures published by golf course architects Crafter and Mogford, a course should have a fairway width of 120 metres and 40 metres clear beyond the hole. Assuming a 6,000 metres (6,600 yd) 18-hole course, an area of 80 hectares (0.8 square kilometre) needs to be allocated for the course itself.[Note 1]Examples of golf courses that are about one square kilometre include: 1. Manchester Golf Club, UK 2. Northop Country Park, Wales, UK 3. The Trophy Club, Lebanon, Indiana, US 4. Qingdao International Country Golf Course, Qingdao, Shandong, China 5. Arabian Ranches Golf Club, Dubai 6. Sharm el Sheikh Golf Courses: Sharm el Sheikh, South Sinai, Egypt 7. Belmont Golf Club, Lake Macquarie, NSW, Australia

    Milton Science Park, Oxfordshire, UK.
    Mielec Industrial Park, Mielec, Poland
    The Guildford Campus of Guildford Grammar School, South Guildford, Western Australia
  6. El kilómetro cuadrado es la unidad de superficie, o área, que corresponde con un cuadrado de un kilómetro de lado. Equivale a un millón de metros cuadrados. En el Sistema Internacional de Unidades (SI), su símbolo es km²: no admite punto, ni mayúscula, ni plural (véanse normas ortográficas de los símbolos del SI ).

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