Q: What does 1000 equals M in a L mean?

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Answer: 1000 Milliliters in a Liter

The roman numeral MCMLVII equals 1957. M = 1000 CM = 900 (C=100 less than M=1000) L = 50 VII = 7 (V=5, II=2)

M is 1000.

...millimetres in a metre.

since100 cm = 1 m, 1000 cm = 10 m.

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Answer: 1000 Milliliters in a Liter

I presume you mean 1 km to m: (1 km)(1000 m/km)=1000 m Therefore, 1 km equals 1000 m.

The roman numeral MCMLVII equals 1957. M = 1000 CM = 900 (C=100 less than M=1000) L = 50 VII = 7 (V=5, II=2)

MDLXXX equals 1580. M=1000 D=500 L=50 XXX=30

M is 1000.

...millimetres in a metre.

0 equals Equator on The Meridian Line (0 degrees)

1 m= 1000 mm

1000 milliliters in a Liter.

These are letters representing Roman Numerals. M = 1000 C = 100 L = 50 D = 500 However, the rules relating to the placing of Roman Numerals mean that there is no number that should be written MCLD. The correct version is MDCL which equals 1650.

1 kilometer equals 1000 meters.