the answer is 58 cm,Or3 meters in two pieces
Meters, centimeters, or millimeters.
30m/2.6dm = 30m/0.26m = 115.3.. ie 115 pieces.
1 metre = 100 cm 2.5 metres = (2.5 times 100) = 250 cm If each piece is 10 cm, there can be (250 divided by 10) pieces = 25 pieces, provided no ribbon is wasted in the process of cutting.
I am assuming that you want to know how many lengths that you have. 4 Meters equals 400 cm. 400 divided by 20 equals 20 pieces.
A total of 2700 pieces of ribbon measuring 1 cm.
It will cost 22.75 in total.
If you have 18 feet of ribbon and you want to cut the ribbon every 12 inches which is a foot. You will have 18 twelve inch pieces. if I am understanding your question correctly. Eighteen feet would equal 18 one foot pieces.
3.6 metres = 3.937 yards - of ribbon or anything else.
In order for there to be equal pieces, the length of the pieces must be factors of both the length of the ribbon and the object. Thus, there are actually many answers. For example: 2,4,6,8, and 16 inch pieces both work.