you'll need lots of centimeters to go in a 56 millimeter object
just measure it in centimeters
the nearest millimeter
Divide millimeters by 10: 56 millimeters is 5.6 centimeters.
Answer- there is lot of centimeters in 56mm.
Centimeters squared is a measurement of a certain 2 dimensional object by length and width (or base and height) expressed in cm2.
cm typically refers to the unit of measurement, a Centimeter -- 100 Centimeters = 1 Meter, 1 Centimeter = .394 Inches
You simply divide millimetres by 10 to turn them into centimetres. Therefore the answer you're looking for is 5.6cm
The question is illogical: Millimeters are one one-thousandth of a meter, and mass is the statement of measurement of atomic weight an object.
An example of an object the size of a Millimeter (mm) is the tip of your pencil. An example of an object the size of a Centimeter (cm) is the fingernail.
a meter stick can be used
any object can be measured in meters, centimeters, millimeters or any other unit of measurement to suit the circumstances or the system to which you are familiar
5cm2 is not a volume measurement, it is an area measurement. I'm going to assume you meant 5cm3, which is a volume measurement. density = mass/volume = 50g/5cm3 = 10g/cm3
A pin head.
The answer depends on 1000 of WHAT object.
a regular pencil, approximately
height measurement is the accurate and dependable measurement for a man, object or anything.
A pinhead is about 1 mm across.
measurement is used on every object in the universe. Different measurements are used depending on the size of an object
... the object's weight.