Q: Which is the longest distance 50 mm 10 cm 5 m 1km?

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As a fraction it is 50/1000 or 1/20 in its simplest form

It is 3 yards because it equals 108 inches

The answer is 2x5x5 or 2x 5 to the 2nd power

Yes. 1km is equal to 1000 meters. So yes 50 meters is less than 1 km (1000m).

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100000cm = 1km 50cm = 1km/1000000cm/1km 0.00005km = 50cm 50cm < 1km

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The answer depends on the units for 50.

50 miles

1km = 1000m20m/1km:= 20m/1000m= 2/100 or 1/50

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As a fraction it is 50/1000 or 1/20 in its simplest form

What is the longest prime factorization of 50?

If the distance traveled is 10% more each trip, with an initial distance of 10 metres, the number of trips required to travel one km is 50.If the number of subsequent trips is N, then the distance traveled on the Nth trip is 10×1.1N.10×1.1N = 10001.1N = 100log1.1(1.1N) = log1.1(100)N = 48.3 or, rounded up, N = 49But, N applies to the second and subsequent trip, so the total number of trips is 50.

1000m = 1km 100m = 0.1km 50m = 0.05km

In terms of absolute distance, 60 is closer to 50 than to 75 on a number line. This is because the distance between 60 and 50 is 10 units, while the distance between 60 and 75 is 15 units. Therefore, 60 is closer to 50 by 5 units.

It is 3 yards because it equals 108 inches