Q: Is the cm the big numbers or the little lines?

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there should be the cm lines- the long ones with the numbers underneath. Inbetween these should be a series of shorter lines indicating the millimetres.

You count them using natural numbers: 1, 2, 3, and so on. If there are 10 lines between the 5 cm mark and the 6 cm mark then each is worth 1/10 cm. Similarly, if there are 16 lines between the 3 inch and 4 inch marks then each line is worth 1/16 inches.

22 cm is approximately 8 and three quarter inches.

By big, I'm assuming the question is asking for the area. For area, you just need to take the product of those two numbers. A (area) = 7.5 cm x 7.5 cm = 56.25 sq cm

(1-cm x 1-cm) = 1 cm2 (4-cm x 2-cm) = 8 cm2 Eight (8) of the little ones will completely cover the big one.

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16 cm is a little bigger than 6 inches.

Each of those lines represents 1 centimetre, with the number tell you how man centimetres between that line and the first line (either unlabelled, or labelled 0). Between those line there may be 10 little lines with the fifth one longer than the rest, but shorter than the labelled lines. These are millimetres, which are also 0.1 cm each.

there should be the cm lines- the long ones with the numbers underneath. Inbetween these should be a series of shorter lines indicating the millimetres.

the size of a small round nipple

About the size of an orange, maybe a little bit bigger.

You count them using natural numbers: 1, 2, 3, and so on. If there are 10 lines between the 5 cm mark and the 6 cm mark then each is worth 1/10 cm. Similarly, if there are 16 lines between the 3 inch and 4 inch marks then each line is worth 1/16 inches.

22 cm is approximately 8 and three quarter inches.

By big, I'm assuming the question is asking for the area. For area, you just need to take the product of those two numbers. A (area) = 7.5 cm x 7.5 cm = 56.25 sq cm

The eight little cubes, combined, have the same volume as the single big cube has, but they have double the surface area of the big one.

A 2.8 cm cyst is equivalent to approximately 1.1 inches.

They are 16 inches, or 41 cm, tall. They weigh 2.2 lb, or 1kg.

2 cm for males (when they get very colorful) females, a little bigger