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520.

There are 10 millimetres in one centimetre. Therefore, 520 millimetres is equal to 520/10 = 52 centimetres.

There are 10 millimetres in one centimetre. Therefore, 520 millimetres is equal to 520/10 = 52 centimetres.

They can be: 0.52 meters or 520 millimeters or about 20 inches

52

10 x 52 = 520 so 5 x 52 must be 260 (half of 520) so 15 x 52 = 520 + 260 = 780.

10 percent of 520 is 52.

3.25% of 520 =.0325*520 =.325*52 =16.9

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.520 kilometers = 520 meters

52 tens = 52 x 10 = 520

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960/520 = 96/52 = 24/13

52 centimetres = 520 millimetres

% rate = 52/10 * 100% = 520%

1 L = 1,000 milliliters0.52 L = (0.52 x 1,000) = 520 milliliters

520 mm

520 ml

52 + 520 = 572

There are 100 centimetres in one metre. Therefore, 520 centimetres is equal to 520/100 = 5.2 metres.

520 = 1 x 520 520 = 2 x 260 520 = 4 x 130 520 = 5 x 104 520 = 8 x 65 520 = 10 x 52 520 = 13 x 40 520 = 20 x 26

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