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Q: 50 meters is greater than 5000 milimeters?

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5000 cm is 10 times greater than 5 meters.

5000 cm equals 50 meters which is greater than 5 meters

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There are 1000 meters in a kilometer. So 5000 meters is longer.

Yes because 5000 meters = 5 kilometers

5000 meters is about 3.11 miles.That's less than 10 miles.

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Yes.

Yes it is greater than 5 meters

5000 centimeters equals 50 meters, so 5000 cm is greater than 5 m.

km means kilometer kilo implies 1000 so 1 kilometer is 1000 meters 3000 meters is less than 5000 meters So 3 km is less than 5000 m

5000 cm equals 50 meters which is greater than 5 meters

They are both the same because 5 meters equals 5000 millimeters

5 km = 5000 meters 5 km is greater than 59 meters.

No because 5000 meters equals 5 kilometers

Its less than

It is greater than 5 meters

Yes. 1 kilometer = 1000 meters. So 5000 kilometers = 5000000 meters, which is a lot more than 50 meters.

Yes, 5000 centimeters is greater than 5 millimeters. 5,000 centimeters = 50,000 millimeters = 50 meters

It is less because 5000 meters = 5 Km

Convert everything to meters (1 kilometer = 1000 meters); then you can easily compare the measurements.

5000 will be greater and -5000 will be less than.

Not necessarily. 50001 is greater than 50000. 500000000000000 is greater than 5000 But 50001 is not greater than 500000000000000!

No because 1 km is equal to 1000 meters so you do 3×1000=3000 km. And 5000 is greater than 3000.

First convert the 20,000 milimeters to meters so you have something equal to compare the numbers with. 1meters = 1000milimeters therefore 20,000 milimeters = 20 meters now you have 20meters which is the same as 20,000 milimeters. And now you can see the 200 meters is most definitely greater than 20 meters. I would like to apologize if you meant milliliters. I don't know if you accidentally pressed the wrong key. But if you want to know is 200meters is greater than 20,000 milliliters that is not possible with the information given. You only know the length of the 200 meters... in order to know the volume of the 200 meters you would need to know the other 2-dimensions of width and height.