A kilometer is equal to 1,000 meters, so yes, much much bigger.
No. there are 1000 metres in a kilometer. Therefore a square metre is 1 x 1 metre. a square kilometre is 1000 x 1000 metres
One thousandth of a kilometre is one metre.
one mile is bigger than one kilometer
It takes 1,000 meters to make one kilometer. Therefore, a kilometer is bigger.
A kilometer is much bigger. It takes 1,093.6 yards to equal one kilometer.
a kilometer is 1000 metres and a decimeter is one tenth of a metre
Ten times bigger. There are 100 of them in a metre but 1000 millimetres in one metre.
In theory you could put any of the prefixes like "mega", "giga" etc. in front of "metre", and they would be valid units. A megametre would be bigger than a kilometre. But no-one normally uses megametre as a unit.
No, a decimetre is one tenth (1/10) of a metre.
Such that there are 1000 millimetres in one metre, there are 1000 metres in one kilometer.
A millimeter is very, very,tiny. It is smaller than a centimeter Then you have the kilometer's, they are way bigger, that would be a unit of measurement that you would use to find the distance between Thunder Bay and Terrace Bay.So, no, a kilometer is not smaller than a millimeter. Millimeter ( mm ) means one-thousandth of a metre ( there are one thousand of them in ONE metre ). Kilometre ( km ) means that there are one thousand metres in one km or " klick ". Therefore, a klick is 1,000 x 1,000 or ONE MILLION mms long.
A mile is about 2,000 feet longer than a kilometer.
A kilometer is 1000 meters. Therefore, a kilometer is bigger.
A kilometer is bigger. 1 kilometer = 100,000 centimeters
Yes. There are 1,000 meters in one kilometer.
There are 100 centimetres in one metre. Therefore, 105 centimetres is bigger than one metre.
All but a millimetre are bigger - than at least one of the other units.
a kilometer is much bigger a kilometer is equals to 1000 meter
A block is one cubic metre, one kilometre is 1,000 blocks long.
There are 1,000 millimetres in 1 metre.Therefore, 1,200 millimetres is bigger than 1 metre.
1 metre is equal to one thousandth of a kilometre.