1 kilometer = 1,000 meters
Well 1000 meters is 1 kilometer
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To convert from kilometer to meter, multiply by 1000. To convert from meter to kilometer, divide by 1000.
1km = 1000m Divide the Kilometer value by 1000.
1.35 km 1 kilometer = 1000 meters 1 meter = 0.001 kilometer
800 meter is equl to how many kilometers
You can't - kilometer is a linear measurement (one dimension) and cubic meter is a measure of volume (3 dimention)
1 kilometer is 1000 meters.
By definition a Kilometer is 1000 Meters (Kilo=1000). Therefore to convert Meters into Kilometers you divide by 1000.
6.59 kilometers = 6,590 meters
Divide by 1,000.6,000 meter = 6 kilometer
1 kilometer = 1000 meters 1 meter = 0.001 kilometer
1 centimeter equals 0.01 meter 1 kilometer equals 1000 meter 1 kilometer equals 100 000 centimeter
You can't convert that. A meter is a unit of length. A square kilometer is a unit of area.
Very simple. There are 100 centimeters in a meter, and 1000 meters in a kilometer, so there are 100,000 centimeters in a kilometer, and a centimeter is .00001 of a kilometer. Multiply the number of centimeters by .00001 to convert to kilometers, and make sure not to misplace the decimal.
1 kilometer is equal to 1,000 meters, so 1 meter is equal to 1/1,000 of a kilometer.
There are 1000 metres in 1 kilometre,so if you convert 3metres = 3/1000 km, and so on.
if it is ohm meter and not ohm per metre; divide by 1,000,000 to convert ohm to megaohm, then divide by 1000 further to convert metre into kilometre
Divide it by 1000.
a kilometer is much bigger a kilometer is equals to 1000 meter
a kilometer is 1000 meters. there is a 1000 millimeters in a meter. 10X1000X1000
1,000 meter = 1 kilometer 300 meter = 0.3 kilometer
It's probably easier to imagine how big this volume is if you convert it to kilometers. Since one kilometer is 1000 meter, a cubic kilometer is 1 billion cubic meter. So 120 million cubic meter is 0.12 cubic kilometer or a 120 meters thick layer on an area of 1 square kilometer.
No, a kilometer is longer than a meter.