Q: Is there 30.5 cm in a meter stick?

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100

1 yard = 0.914 meter 1 meter = 1.09 yards

A ruler, and a meter stick.

About 1/3 of the length of it.

A metre stick is usually marked in centimetres. So the distance is 4 cm = 40 mm.

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1 m = 100 cm, so a meter stick has 100 cm.

A meter is 40 inches which is 3 feet and 4 inches (100 cm)

100

1 yard = 0.914 meter 1 meter = 1.09 yards

A stick measuring 99.8 cm

A ruler, and a meter stick.

since it is balanced the net moment about the pivot is zero. The meter stick center of gravity mass is at the 50 cm point, or 25 cm to the right of the pivot. 150 x 25 = mass of stick x 25 ; so mass is also 150 grams

1 Meter = 100cm If We Are Using A 30cm Ruler, This means There is 3 1/3 Rulers Into A Meter Stick

About 1/3 of the length of it.

305 cm is 10 feet.

a ruler to measure cm and mm and meters

A meter stick has 100 centimeters in it. Two meter sticks would have twice that. 2x100=200 centimeters in two meter sticks.