Q: What is one third of a kilometre?

Write your answer...

Submit

Still have questions?

Continue Learning about Math & Arithmetic

It does nothing. One microlitre is one microlitre, one kilometre is one kilometre.

One kilometre is 100,000 centimetres

white - it is a polar bear!

1,000,000

One decametre is equal to 10 metres. One kilometre is equal to 1000 metres. Therefore, one kilometre is equal to 1000/10 = 100 decametres.

Related questions

Kilometer/kilometre is longer. One kilometer, or kilometre, is about 1000 yards.

It does nothing. One microlitre is one microlitre, one kilometre is one kilometre.

One kilometre is about 0.621 mile.

One kilometre is 100,000 centimetres

One kilometre is 0.621 of a mile. Or, one mile is 1.6 kilometre. Either way, one mile is longer than one kilometre.

A kilometre is 100,000 centimetres long. A square kilometre is one kilometre long and one kilometre wide. A square centimetre is one centimetre long and one centimetre wide. If you filled up a kilometre-sized square (a square kilometre) with centimetre-sized squares (square centimetres) you would need 100,000 rows of 100,000 square centimetres, which comes to 10^10, or 10,000,000,000 (10 billion) square centimetres.

There are 1000 metres in one kilometre so there must be 500 metres in half a kilometre.

One metre is one thousandth of a kilometre. So there are a thousand metres in a kilometre.

0.6214 miles = 1 kilometre.

white - it is a polar bear!

One kilometre is equal to 1000 metres. There are 0.9144 metres in one yard. Therefore, rounded to two decimal places, one kilometre is equal to 1000/0.9144 = 1093.61 yards.

0.758 of a kilometre (1,000 metres in one kilometre)