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1/3 cubic meter contains 333.33 liters.
one third (1/3) of 300 cm equal 1 meter
531.08 meter 1 mile = 1609.344 meters 1 meter = 0.00062 mile
1 cubic meter.
6 meter + 3 to the third =6m-7
That doesn't make sense. Square meter is 2D. Cubic meter is 3D. To attempt to answer your question... A square meter is one meter long and one meter wide. A cubic meter is one meter long, one meter wide, and one meter tall.
If "one meter" is the diameter, then the answer is one meter.
Millimeters are one-thousandth of a meter. Micrometers are smaller at one-millionth of a meter. Nanometers are even smaller at one-billionth of a meter. Picometers are one-trillionth of a meter. Femtometers are one-quadrillionth of a meter. Attometers are one-quintillionth of a meter. Zeptometers are one-sextillionth of a meter. Yoctometers are one-septillionth of a meter.
A "meter" stick is one meter long centi means one one-hundredth. So, a centi-meter is one one-hundredth of a meter. Thus . . . There are 100 centimeters on a meter stick. milli means one one-thousandth. So, a milli-meter is one one-thousandth of a meter. Thus . . . There are 1000 millimeters on a meter stick.
Just over a third.
A decimeter is one tenth of a meter, or 10 centimeters, or 100 millimeters. It is equal to about one third of a foot, or 3.94 inches, in English measurement.
slightly over a third of a meter, you need 100 cms. for a meter.
No. One millimeter is one thousandth of a meter.One hundredth of a meter is one "centimeter".
You cannot use a measure of area to calculate its weight.You need a third dimension to first calculate the volume and then convert to weight by knowing the density of the soil.If you have a depth of one meter there is one cubic meter and soil has a density of about 1,3 so your cubic meter of soil weighs 1,3 tonnes.
one meter square equal to 1/m of one cubic meter
A meter is a measurement of length - one dimension. A cubic meter is a measure of volume - three dimensions. A cubic meter would be a space one meter wide x one meter deep x one meter high. In effect a cube.
A meter is one meter.
There is one meter in a meter...
Approximately 3 and one third. Direct Conversion Formula1 m* 1 ft 0.3048 m = 3.280839895 ft
That would be cubic meters which is a measure of volume. One cubic meter is 264.2 US gallons.