Q: What objects are fifty centimetres long?

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There are 2.54 centimetres in one inch. Therefore, 20 inches is equal to 20 x 2.54 = 50.8 centimetres. This is 0.8 centimetres greater than 50 centimetres.

It is 25.4 centimetres long.

One hand is equal to 10.16 centimetres. Therefore, rounded to two decimal places, 52 centimetres is equal to 52/10.16 = 5.12 hands.

1 decametre = 1000 centimetres. 1 decametre = 1000 centimetres. 1 decametre = 1000 centimetres. 1 decametre = 1000 centimetres.

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There are 2.54 centimetres in one inch. Therefore, 20 inches is equal to 20 x 2.54 = 50.8 centimetres. This is 0.8 centimetres greater than 50 centimetres.

There are 1000 centimetres in one decametre. Therefore, 50 decametres is equal to 50 x 1000 = 50000 centimetres.

The dingo is about 50 centimetres tall and about 120 centimetres long.

One hand is equal to 10.16 centimetres. Therefore, rounded to two decimal places, 52 centimetres is equal to 52/10.16 = 5.12 hands.

390 centimetres

It is 25.4 centimetres long.

1 decimetre/30 centimetres = 10 centimetres/30 centimetres = 1/3.

1 decametre = 1000 centimetres. 1 decametre = 1000 centimetres. 1 decametre = 1000 centimetres. 1 decametre = 1000 centimetres.

In "The Silver Fifty-Seven Pieces," two objects that receive considerable attention are the silver fifty-seven pieces a man receives as an inheritance from his uncle and the mysterious letter that accompanies them, hinting at a hidden secret. These objects drive the plot of the story as the man unravels the mystery behind their significance.

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Centimetres is a measure of LENGTH,- how long or wide something is. It can not be equated to volume

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