1 hectare is the same as 10,000 square kilometers, 100 areas, and 0.01 square kilometers. In standard imperial terms, it is equal to 10,7639 square feet or 2.47105 acres.

20 square feet is the same as 1.86 square meters. It might not sound like very much, but when you realize what sort of objects take up around 20 square feet, you just might change your mind. Today, I’m going to share with you 9 everyday objects that measure 20 square feet or close to it.

200 square feet is the equivalent of 18.5806 square meters. That doesn’t help you visualize what 200 square feet looks like, does it?

1,000 square feet is the same as 92.903 square meters and 0.2239 acres. It might seem like a lot, but if you take a look at Richard Gere’s $28-million, 48-acre retreat in the countryside, 1,000 square feet is peanuts.

A single acre of land is the same as 43,560 square feet. So, 50 acres would be equal to 2,178,000 square feet, 242,000 square yards, or about 20.2343 hectares.

The typical wheelbarrow will hold between 2 and 6 cubic feet of material when fully loaded. That means that in order to move a cubic yard 27 cubic feet of something, you would need between 5 and 14 wheelbarrows to do it in a single trip.

Depending on the supplier, you would need to purchase 40 hay bales to get to 1 ton or 2,000 pounds. Each small hay bale, which measures 18 × 35 × 14 inches (5.104 cubic feet), weighs roughly 50 pounds. You would need 1-1/3 hay rolls to reach the same weight since each 5 × 6-foot roll (141.37 cubic feet) weighs 1,500 pounds.

The average weight of corn by the ear per bushel is 70 pounds. So, 1 ton of raw, whole corn would equal 28.6 bushels. As for corn kernels, you would need roughly 56 pounds to get to 1 bushel, which means 1 ton of shelled corn is the equivalent of 35.7 bushels.

Most suppliers will typically package pellets in 40- or 50-pound bags. Because 1 ton is equal to 2,000 pounds, a pallet holding 1 ton of pellets will have 40 50-pound bags or 50 40-pound bags. The exact figure might vary between suppliers.

3 cubic feet is the same as 5,184 cubic inches, 22.4416 gallons, and 84.9505 liters. Sadly, these figures will not help you figure out what 3 cubic feet looks like in the real world. If you’d like to measure 3 cubic feet with ease, you can use these 8 objects as references.

At first, two cubic feet might not seem like much. However, when you look at it from a 3D perspective, you’ll come to realize just how much space it actually takes up. Below, I’ll describe eight everyday objects that take up about two cubic feet of space.

One cubic foot is equal to 1,728 cubic inches, 7.48052 gallons, and 28.3168 liters, so to get seven cubic feet, you would have to multiply its equivalents by seven (12,096 cubic inches, 52.3636 gallons, and 198.218 liters).