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# How do you convert a ratio in centimeter's to meters?

If you have a ratio of two (or more) lengths in centimetres and each length is converted to metres, the rations remain exactly the same.

For example, the ratio of 35 cm to 56 cm is the same as 0.35 m to 0.56 m or even 35 m to 56 m.

If you have a ratio of two (or more) lengths in centimetres and each length is converted to metres, the rations remain exactly the same.

For example, the ratio of 35 cm to 56 cm is the same as 0.35 m to 0.56 m or even 35 m to 56 m.

If you have a ratio of two (or more) lengths in centimetres and each length is converted to metres, the rations remain exactly the same.

For example, the ratio of 35 cm to 56 cm is the same as 0.35 m to 0.56 m or even 35 m to 56 m.

If you have a ratio of two (or more) lengths in centimetres and each length is converted to metres, the rations remain exactly the same.

For example, the ratio of 35 cm to 56 cm is the same as 0.35 m to 0.56 m or even 35 m to 56 m.

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