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Q: Is it possible to prepare 0.1M solution from 0.01M solution?

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1 cm is .01m so 600cm*.01m = 6m =] -ray

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.0000001mm vs .01m 1000 mm in a meter. so.. .0000000001m vs .01m the millimeter fraction is much smaller.

Your answer is 2. 1m = 100cm 1cm = .01m

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1cm = .01m therefore 1cm2 = .01x.01 = .0001m2

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millimeter (.001m), decimeter (.01m), centimeter(.1m), meter (1m), dekameter (10m), hectometer (100m), kilometer (1000m)millimeter (milli = 1/1000)centimeter (centi = 1/100)decimeter (deci = 1/10)meter (no prefix = 1)dekameter (deka = 10)hectometer (hecto = 100)kilometer (kilo = 1000)

There are 100 centimetres in one metre. Therefore, 8 centimetres is equal to 8/100 = 0.08 metres.0.08 m1 meter = 100 centimeters1 centimeter = 0.01 meterThere are 100 cm in a meter and 1 cm = .01 meter, so 8cm = .08 meter (there is no other solution to show)..01m x 8 = .08m

1000. 1 centimeter = 1/100 meter. 1 decimeter = 10 meters. 10 m/.01m = 1000

If its a 4 speed automatic 01m tranny there isn't a dipstick, you must have it on a level surface, have the tranny at roughly 30 Celsius....and crack the drain plug , if it drips its full

0.154 Meters. 1m = 100 cm. 1 cm = .01m Since a meter has 100 cetimeters in it, simply move the decimal point two to the left to get the answer.

On a 2000 VR6 GLS Auto transmission there is one on top and one on back . The one on top is part # 01M 927 321 B . Does anyone know part# for the one on back?

1 cm = .01m so were looking at 624 sq. m covered by blocks with area .01 sq. m. Divide 624 by .01 and you get 62400 tiles.

Meter. Usually notated as a small "m". Examples: 100m, 0.01m Prefixes that increase the base unit are usually capitalized while prefixes that decrease the base unit are small. Examples: Kilometer (1,000m) = 1Km, Centimeter (.01m) = 1cm

It is not possible to give a straightforward answer to this question because the person who posted the question forgot to describe the square!If the length of each side of the square is s cm, then its perimeter is 4*s cm. In terms of metres, that is 4*s/100 = s/25 metres.

D=m/v where D is the Density m is the mass and v is the volume You have to make sure all you units match up. You may have to do some conversions. Density is usually in g/cm^3. cm^3 can easily be converted to m^2. 1cm=.01m The thickness is the volume.

If you have the 01M Transmission, you can remove the level checking plug from rear of trans oil pan. There is a overflow tube inside the plug hole, remove the overflow tube from inside the plug hole. Let ATF fluid drain. re-install the overflow tube. The filler tube is located above the front of oil pan and has a plastic cap.Pry the plastic cap off with a screwdriver, removing plug from the filler pipe. Refill 3.2 Qts., Full refill(dry) 5.9 Qts.

is 100 cm2 = .1 m2? 10cm x 10cm = 100 cm2...1 meter = 100 cm, 1cm =.01m, 10 cm=.1m .1m x.1 m=.01 m2... 100 cm2 x 1 m /100 cm x 1 m/100 cm= .01 m2, 100/100=1, 1/100=.01 cm2/cm=cm , cm/cm=1, leaves m2

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