Q: What is smaller a decameter or a decimeter?

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Yes, an inch is a little bit more than one fourth of a decimeter.

There are 10 meters in a decameter. The prefix deca- signifies a factor of ten. Not to be confused with the decimeter, which is a tenth of a meter. Both are very rarely used. Much more common are e.g. centimeters (hundredths of meters, 1cm ~ 0.39 inches) or kilometers (a thousand meters, 1km ~ .62 miles).There are 10 metres in one decametre.

10,000 millimeters

10 meters is roughly 32.8 feet.

Twenty meters or roughly 65 feet.

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Decimeter. I believe decameter would be Dm.

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Nope, a decameter is about 100x a decimeter (because the meter is in the middle)

100 decimeters

Decameter or decimeter, is a term used to refer to 10 meters in length. The abbreviation for it is dm.

Multiply by 100. 10 decimeters = 1 meters = 1/10 decameter

Yes. Deci is one-tenth. A decimeter is 0,1 meter. This should not be confused with a decameter which is 10 meters.

a decimeter is 1/1000th of a decameters. A Decameter is 100 meters, a decimeter is 1/10th of a meter

Yes. Deci is one-tenth. A decimeter is 0,1 meter. This should not be confused with a decameter which is 10 meters.

Kilometer, Hectometer, Decameter, meter, decimeter, centimeter, milimeter

A decametre is bigger - there are 100 decimetres in one decametre.

The spelling "decameter" (also dekameter) is a unit of length equal to 10 meters.(The similar term decimeter refers to 1/10 of a meter.)