You should use whichever measurements your characters would use!
You could if you wanted to, but it would be better to use meters or feet to describe the height of a tree. The kilometer is far too large a unit of measure for this purpose.
Meters or kilometers is used to measure the height of trees
By unit of length and distance and conversion ,we can say that yes, kilometers can be used for measuring height.
Usually, you would use kilometers.
You would use meters because kilometers are about half a mile.
You can use inches, feet, yards, miles, or you can use cm, meters, kilometers
To measure the height of a flagpole. you would use the Meter.
Most people use centimetres to measure height however some people use metres. If your height is 143cm then your height would be 1.43m.
kilometers * * * * * You could, but most people would use metres. A normal tree would be 5 to 20 metres in height - 0.005 kilometres to 0.020 km - although some in tropical forests and the giant redwoods are much taller.. General Sherman, the record holder is 83.8 metres in height (0.0838 kilometres).
I would use kilometers.
I would use meters.
I would use lenght when I meassure something which it is horizontal. Height I would use when I meassure something down.
You would use meters to measure the height of a building.
Use this equation to convert miles to kilometers: miles x 1.60934 = kilometers
You would use meters, kilometers, centimeters, and millimeters
"His height was a factor in his ability to dunk a basketball."
You would use the metric unit of millimeters...
The decision when to use kilometers and when to use meters is sort of arbitrary. But usually you would use kilometers when you expect the distance to be close to a kilometer, or larger than a kilometer. For example, distances between towns or cities are often expressed in kilometers.
You would use kilometers.
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