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Millimeter, centimeter, meter, kilometer.

Q: What is the correct order from smallest to largest for millimeter centimeter kilometer and meter?

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Millimeter centimeter meter kilometer is the right order

0.000016 km, and the answer is not a joke - it is exactly correct.

From shortest to longest, these are arranged:centimetre (1 centimetre)inch (2.54 centimetres)foot (30.48 centimetres)yard (91.44 centimetres)metre (100 centimetres)hectometre (10000 centimetres)kilometre (100000 centimetres)mile (160934.4 centimetres)

So far 62 have been discovered, the smallest only a fraction of a kilometer across.

1 cm = 10 mm, so 1 cm2 = 100 mm2 Technically, the correct answer is 10, because the question asks about centimeter square and millimeters square, not square cenitimeter and square millimeters.

Yes, "about 1 kilometer away from our home" is grammatically correct.

millimeter is mm, but i assume you mean milliliter, which is mL.

The abbreviation of kilometer is km

The phrase "10 times smaller" is grammatically nonsensical, or more accurately, it doesn't really mean what people think it means. 10 times a centimeter is 10 centimeters, so to be 10 times smaller than 1 centimeter would be -9 centimeters 1cm - (10 x 1cm) = -9 centimeters. The more correct way to ask the question is (at least, this is what people usually mean when they say "X times smaller"), "What distance is 1/10th the size of a centimeter?" To which the answer is 1 millimeter. 1 centimeter is 1/100th of a meter (1 cent of a meter). 1 millimeter is 1/1000th of a meter.

A millimeter is one thousandth of a meter. Ten millimeters is ten thousandths of a meter which is another way of saying one hundredth of a meter. One hundredth of a meter is a centimeter.

10 centimeters rounded to the nearest centimeter is 10 centimeters.

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