Q: What is 1mm as a fraction of a metre?

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1mm = 1 millimetre = 1/1,000 metre = 1/10 centimetre so first m = milli second m = metre

1/10

1 metre.

1 mm^2 = 10^-6 = 0.000001 metre^2.

Seeing as there are 100 mm in a centimetre, there are 1/100.

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1mm is 1 thousandth of a metre or 0.001 metres

The smallest division is 1mm (one milli metre). There 1000 divisions of 1mm in a 1 m (one metre) rule.

1mm = 1 millimetre = 1/1,000 metre = 1/10 centimetre so first m = milli second m = metre

50000 metre big and 1mm small

1 metre is bigger because there are 1000mm in 1m, and there are 0.001m in 1mm.

It is: 1/1000

1/10

Any length smaller than a metre will be a fraction of a metre.

1 metre.

As a fraction of a metre it is 143/20.

1 mm^2 = 10^-6 = 0.000001 metre^2.

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