Q: What makes up 1km?

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1,000,000,000um

Not always. They must start at the same point and their displacements must be equal and opposite in order for them to return to the same starting point together.ExampleStarting at the same place, hiker A walks 1km north and hiker B walks 1km south. Hiker A then walks 1km west and hiker B walks 1km east. Hiker A then walks 1km south and hiker B walks 1km north. Finally, hiker A walks 1km east and hiker B walks 1km west, and they both end up together where they started.

1km = 1,000m which is larger than 334m

100cm=1m 1000m=1km so 100cm/1m x1000m/1km = 10,000cm/km or 1km = 10,000cm

1km = 1000m 4770m x 1km/1000m = 4.770km

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1km = 1000m 1km > 50m 1km is bigger

white becouse he is on the north pole and it is a polar bear

1,000,000,000um

1km = 1000m520m/1km:= 520/1000 or 13/25 of 1km

1km

100000cm = 1km 50cm = 1km/1000000cm/1km 0.00005km = 50cm 50cm < 1km

1km = 1000000mm

1km -450 = -449

I'm no expert in math, but if I'm correct, then 1000 mm= 1m, and 1000m=1km, so 1,000,000mm = 1km

40 lengths of a 25m pool makes 1km

It is: 1km = 1,000m