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It could be, but it could also be 1.06 metres. People often talk in terms of metre-and-centimetre combinations, not decimetres or millimetres.

Q: Does 1 meter and 6 mean 1.60 meter?

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1 micron = 10-6 meters1 meter is approx. 39.37 inSo, 160x10-6 * 39.37 = 0.0063 inches

1 meter bt 6 feet = 1 meter x (6x 0.3048) meter = 6 x0.3048 sq. meter = 1.8288 sq meter

no, 60cm is not very high. It is 1/6 of a meter, i mean, im about 1,70 ( 1 meter 70cm) so, yes, 60cm is tiny

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1 and 6 tenths (or 1.6) = 160%

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1 micron = 10-6 meters1 meter is approx. 39.37 inSo, 160x10-6 * 39.37 = 0.0063 inches

1 meter bt 6 feet = 1 meter x (6x 0.3048) meter = 6 x0.3048 sq. meter = 1.8288 sq meter

6 an one fourth percent of 160 = 106 1/4% * 160= 6.25% * 160= 0.0625 * 160= 10

no, 60cm is not very high. It is 1/6 of a meter, i mean, im about 1,70 ( 1 meter 70cm) so, yes, 60cm is tiny

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would there not be 6 linear meters in 1 cubic meter?? 6 sides on the cubic meter??

1 and 6 tenths (or 1.6) = 160%

160/190 = 1/6

1 and 6/10

It is: 160

100 centimeters equals 1 meter .6*100= 60 cm in .6 of a meter

1.83 meter 1 Meter = 3.28 ft 1 foot = 0.3048 m