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A kilometer is larger than a decameter.

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Yes. The prefixes used here are KILO, which is 1000, and DECA, which is 10. Both modify the unit METER. Hence, a kilometer is 1000 meters, and a decameter is 10 meters.

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Q: Is a kilometer larger than a decameter?

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A decametre is equal to 10 metres - ten times longer than one metre.

By unit of length and distance and conversion ,we can say that 1 km=100 dam kilometer >dam The kilo- prefix means one thousand: 1000 The deca- prefix means ten: 10 1000 > 10 → kilo- > deca- → kilometer is greater than decameter

No. 1 kilometer has 1,000,000,000,000 nanometers in it,which is larger than one nanometer.

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Kilo means 1000, deka means 10.

Deca is a prefix meaning 10. Hence, a decameter is 10 meters, and therefore it is larger than a meter.

I think you mean decameter and nanometer a decameter is 10 meters a nanometer is one billionth of a meter so a decameter is 10 billion nanometers

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