Q: How do you write 181.61 cm in numeric value?

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suppose your height to be 150 cm then you would write it as CL

The value of pi is the relationship of a circunference to its diameter. For instance, if you have a circle whose circunference is 9.42477 cm, you shall have a diameter of 3 cm. Any measure of a circunference divided by its diameter shall generates the same numeric value, the pi number.

In the Roman numeric system, a letter has a numeric value attached to it. For example, I = 1, V = 5 and so on. Therefore MCMXCVI is equal to 1996 (M =1000, CM = 900, XC = 90, VI = 6). Any smaller value that is found before a larger value (CM, for example) is equal to the larger number minus the smaller number. Here are the values of each letter. I = 1 V = 5 X = 10 L = 50 C = 100 D = 500 M = 1000

It cannot be because the first is a measure of length whereas the second is a measure of area. Basic rules of dimensional analyses states that such comparisons are meaningless.However, the numerical value of the circumference of a circle and the numerical value of its area will be the same if the radius has a value of 2 in some measurement units.A circle with radius of 10 cm has a circumference of 63 cm and an area of 314 cm^2 and these are clearly not equal. But if the measurements are taken in units of 5 cm, then the radius is 2 units and the circumference is 12.6 units while the area is 12.6 square units - the same numeric value.

712/100 cm or 178/25 cm

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As in the question: 162 cm.

suppose your height to be 150 cm then you would write it as CL

The unit of measure, inches, cm, PSI, etc.

(CM)

5000 = (V), 900 = CM, 50 = L and 3 = III. So, 5953 = (V)CMLIII

The value of pi is the relationship of a circunference to its diameter. For instance, if you have a circle whose circunference is 9.42477 cm, you shall have a diameter of 3 cm. Any measure of a circunference divided by its diameter shall generates the same numeric value, the pi number.

In the Roman numeric system, a letter has a numeric value attached to it. For example, I = 1, V = 5 and so on. Therefore MCMXCVI is equal to 1996 (M =1000, CM = 900, XC = 90, VI = 6). Any smaller value that is found before a larger value (CM, for example) is equal to the larger number minus the smaller number. Here are the values of each letter. I = 1 V = 5 X = 10 L = 50 C = 100 D = 500 M = 1000

No. The value is 150.796 or 150.80 and the final word should be cube not cude!

It cannot be because the first is a measure of length whereas the second is a measure of area. Basic rules of dimensional analyses states that such comparisons are meaningless.However, the numerical value of the circumference of a circle and the numerical value of its area will be the same if the radius has a value of 2 in some measurement units.A circle with radius of 10 cm has a circumference of 63 cm and an area of 314 cm^2 and these are clearly not equal. But if the measurements are taken in units of 5 cm, then the radius is 2 units and the circumference is 12.6 units while the area is 12.6 square units - the same numeric value.

To find a tenth of something, write the number with a decimal value; in this case.70 CM = 70.0 CMTo find the tenth of it, move the decimal one place to the left.70.0 CM --> 7.0 CMTherefore, 1 tenth of 70 CM is 7 CM.

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The abbreviation is "cm".