Q: How many meters are in a dam?

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The answer is one! There are 100 dekameters(or dams) in a meter

1 decimeter (dm) is .1 meters or 1/10th of a meter. A dekameter (dam) is 10 meters.

1 dekameter (dam) = 10 meters

In a rhombus, all four sides have the same length, so divide by 4. 1.64 dam / 4 = 0.41 dam. A dam is 10 meters so it is 4.1 meters

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9 dam is equal to 90 meters. 1 decameter (dam) is equal to 10 meters, so by multiplying 9 dam by 10, we get 90 meters.

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There are 670 meters in 67 decameters (dam) because one decameter is equal to 10 meters. So, to convert dam to meters, you multiply by 10.

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Hoover dam's width is 201.17 meters.

Hoover Dam has a total volume of about 32,000,000 cubic meters.

1.12 meters 0.112 dam 0.0112 hm 0.00112 km

The decameter or 1 dam is equal to 10 meters. So 10 dam is 100 meters.

1 dekametre = 10 metres so 316458 dam = 3164580 metres. Simple!

The answer is one! There are 100 dekameters(or dams) in a meter

The Nurek Dam in Tajikistan is 714 meters at the top and 1,420 meters are the bottom. It is an earthen dam across the Vakhsh River.

1 decimeter (dm) is .1 meters or 1/10th of a meter. A dekameter (dam) is 10 meters.