Least to greatest: mm, cm, dm, m
They are kilometre, decimetre, centimetre and millimetre.
The SI system uses prefixes that go up and down in order of thousandths. So to start, one metre, one thousandth of a metre is a millimetre; one thousandth of a millimetre ( one millionth of a metre) is a micrometre; one thousandth of a micrometre ( one billionth of a metre) is a nanometre. The symbol for nanometre is "nm", 'n' nano, 'm' metre, both lowercase. One thousand metres is a kilometre, one thousand kilometres is a megametre, etc.
Arranged in order from smallest to largest:millimetre (mm)centimetre (cm)metre (m)kilometre (km)
Centimetre, metre and kilometre are measures of distance in order of increasing size. A millilitre, is not a measure of distance and so cannot be compared with them.
There are 100 centimetres in 1 metre. Therefore; 1 centimetre equals 0.01 metre or 1/100 meter. So in order to convert 'x' units of centimetre(s) to metre, you must multiply 'x' by 0.01 or divide 'x' by 100.
A metre scale measures upto one millimetre.In order to measure lengths less than one millimeter a vernier callipers or screw gauge is used.
Millimeter centimeter meter kilometer is the right order
Millimeter, centimeter, meter, kilometer.
The answer is the volume of one tenth of a cubic metre. One cubic metre divided by ten.Answer: 0.1 metre3----------What is a Decimetre?A decimetre is a unit of measurement and it is used to define a linear dimension. A linear dimension is a measurement taken in a single dimension or direction.The 'deci' prefix denotes a portion equal to one tenth^ of the whole [metre]. One deci~metre is therefore equal to one tenth of one metre. This can be represented as either 0.1m or, 10cm [ten centimetres].What is meant by the term Cubic?The cubic measurement of an object is also known as its 'volume', or V. Three opposed linear dimensions [as described above] are required in order to calculate a volume. Typically, these three linear dimensions are assigned the names: length; width and height [l, w & h].The relationship between these measurements is explained by the following equation:V [m3] = l [m] x w [m] x h [m]----------^ Point of interest: Whilst the term 'Decimated' is often used nowadays to refer to a relatively significant reduction [of say force or capability] the term originated from the splitting up of groups of soldiers into ten, equal 'sub-groups'.
centimeter, inch, yard, kilometer, mile.
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