Q: Size of a millimeter

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About the size of a marble

No because it is 1/10 of a cm

No, but you could use a ruler instead.

One Millimeter is one tenth of a Centimeter.

For water (density 1 kg/liter), that would be a volume of one cubic millimeter. That's about the size of a grain of sand.For water (density 1 kg/liter), that would be a volume of one cubic millimeter. That's about the size of a grain of sand.For water (density 1 kg/liter), that would be a volume of one cubic millimeter. That's about the size of a grain of sand.For water (density 1 kg/liter), that would be a volume of one cubic millimeter. That's about the size of a grain of sand.

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A millimeter is about the same size and a dime's thickness.

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.

About 1 millimeter

It is about a millimeter in diameter.

tip of your pencil

It is a centimeter

148mm

About the size of a marble

The cell is 1/3 of a millimeter.

that would be a size P crochet hook

No because it is 1/10 of a cm

1 cubic millimeter is a very small amount. it would be about the size of a grain of sand. That is my best guess.