Q: What is 77MM in km?

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77mm is greater.

4 km + 350 km = 354 km = 350,000 metres

2.56 km + 8420 m = 22.56 km + 8.42 km = 30.98 km

the k means a thousand of them, so a km is 1000 meters and it is bigger.

It is 0.057 km.

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