100,000 cm = 1 km so 670 cm = 670/100,000 = 0.0067 km. Simple!
how is 670 cm in m
67cm = 26.3779 inch
Using Pythagoras' theorem the longest exterior diagonal is 19.209 cm to 3 dp
670 cm = 6.7 metres.
No. The length of the longest stick must be less than the total length of the other two.
There are 100 centimeters in every meter, so there are 6.7 meters in 670 cm.There are 100 centimetres in one metre. Therefore, 670 centimetres is equal to 670/100 = 6.7 metres.
The big-belly seahorse is the longest seahorse species in the world. It can grown up to 35 cm in length.
The worlds longest caterpillar reached a length of 24.5 cm.
I am not sure what you mean by a "fundamental" number (I've never heard of that term being used with reference to the numbers themselves); I guess you mean an "integer". For a triangle to exist the shorter two sides must be longer than the longest side. Thus there is an upper limit to the length of the longest side of a triangle. For a given perimeter, the longest side must be less than half the perimeter. For a perimeter of 42cm this means that the longest side is less than 42 cm ÷ 2 = 21 cm. If we focus on the longest side of a triangle, as it becomes shorter, one or both of the other two sides must increase in length, they can equal but never be longer than this longest side. Thus there is also a lower limit below which the longest side cannot be; this is when all three sides are equal and the triangle is an equilateral triangle. For a perimeter of 42cm the longest side is greater than or equal to 42 cm ÷ 3 = 14 cm So with a perimeter of 42 cm we have: 14 cm ≤ longest side < 21 cm Which means for an integer length, the longest side can be 14 cm, 15 cm, 16 cm, 17 cm, 18 cm, 19 cm or 20 cm.
It depends on the hummingbird. The smallest Bee Hummingbirds are about 2 inches (5 cm) in length, while the longest Sword-billed Hummingbirds are nearly 9 inches (22.8 cm).
The length can, conventionally, be taken to be the longest dimension in which case the answer would be anything greater than 15 cm. But length can also be considered as a dimension in a particular direction (usually horizontal). In that case it can have any length at all.
The longest side of the triangle will be opposite its largest angle which is 94.35 degrees and by using the Sine Rule its longest side works out as 5.93 cm.
Use Pythagoras' theorem to find the length of the outer diagonal and then use this as the base for the inner diagonal (the longest length of the cube) 82+82 = 128 and the square root of this is 11.3137085 cm 11.31370852+82 = 192 and the square root of this is 13.85640646 cm The longest pencil is 13.85640646 or just under 14 cm
sqrt(62 + 62 + 62 ) = sqrt(36*3) = sqrt(108) = 10.39 cm
Yes because the sum of its smallest sides is greater than its longest side
Using Pythagors the diagonal of the base is 17 cm So the longest length is: 172+102 = 389 which needs to be squared rooted
100 centimeters = 1 meter 670 centimeters = 670/100 = 6.7 meters
67 cm = 2.2 feet.
The bird with the longest beak in the world is the Australian pelican. Its bill has variously been recorded as between 33 cm and 45.7 cm, or 13 and 18 inches. However, the bird with the longest beak in relation to its body size is the Sword-billed hummingbird. Its bill is 10cm, or 4 inches, in length, while its total head to tail length is 14 cm, or 5.5 inches.
One millimeter is one tenth of a centimeter, meaning ten millimeters equal one centimeter. So 670 CM = 6700 MM.
To create a triangle, the sum of the two shorter sides must be greater than the third side. If the side of length 29 cm is the longest side then the missing side must be greater than 29 cm - 13 cm = 16 cm If the missing side is the longest side then the missing side must be less than 29 cm + 13 cm = 42 cm Thus any length that is greater than 16 cm and less than 42 cm. Examples include: 17 cm, 18 cm, 20 cm, 36 cm, 41cm