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Q: What is the length of one BIG step in metric units?

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One meter is roughly as big as one big step for a large person. For those not yet on the metric system, a meter is about a yard long, actually closer to 39 inches, so one yard plus 3 inches.

A2 has double the area of A3, with a width equal to the length of A3 and a length equal to double the width of A3

Gold has a density of approximately 19 times the density of water. A metric ton of water has a volume of 1 cubic meter. If you divide the number of tons by 19, you'll get the volume of the gold, in cubic meters.

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The answer is 91.44 cm (approx.). Inches and centimeters are both units of linear measurement. Inches are used in the imperial system whereas centimeters are used in the metric system. To convert from inches to cm, multiply the inch unit by 2.54.

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One meter is roughly as big as one big step for a large person. For those not yet on the metric system, a meter is about a yard long, actually closer to 39 inches, so one yard plus 3 inches.

Twice the length of half a big step. There is no answer for this, as a big step for a baby might be 10cm, but for an adult male sprinter could be 10m, or for a cheetah could be as much as 30m.

Usually three feet.

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Half an inch equals exact 1.27 centimeters.

An American football field is 120 yards long by 53.33 yards wide. That translates into a metric dimension of 109.7 by 48.8.

Newborn humpbacks are 4.6 m in length and weigh about 1.3 metric tons.

up to 32.9 metres (108 ft) in length and 172 metric tons

Yes, the predominant units are all still metric, although cosmologists exploring the earliest instants after the big bang often use units of planck time instead, but this of course is still based on the metric system. +++ The only other two units of time relevant in Astronomy and Geology are the Year and the second, and the Years are counted as indivisible although the second may be divided into its milli- and smaller divisions for particular calculations.

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A field has an area. The metric SI unit for measuring area of land is the hectare (a metric unit of square measure, equal to 100 ares (2.471 acres or 10,000 square metres). For very big farms like cattle ranches square kilometres (instead of square miles_ would wok just fine You could measure the length or sides of the field in meters

A hectare is a unit of area. A metre is a unit of length. The two units are therefore incompatible.

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