There will be more yards then meters.
Meters are the units used to measure length.
A metre is a unit of length. A litre is a unit of capacity. The two units are therefore incompatible. If you mean a metre cubed, there are 0.001 metres cubed in a litre
That would depend on the size of whatever it is you're measuring.
Measuring distance on the sea is typically in Nautical Miles. The nautical mile has been standardized to 1852 meters.
A ruler and you measure in Meters (M)
They both measure the length of a material. They just have different units and conversions.
Meters should be used to measure the length of a tennis court in metric units.
No. A centimeter is a measure of length. Any unit of measure that has a meter in it is a measure of length. For example, millimeters, meters, kilometers are all units of measure for length.
Surface area is measured in square units.