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# What is the basic metric unit of length of the length of a car?

Updated: 9/17/2023 Wiki User

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In the metric system, lengths are calculated in meters.

In the metric system, lengths are calculated in meters.

In the metric system, lengths are calculated in meters.

In the metric system, lengths are calculated in meters. Wiki User

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### What is the metric unit length of a car?

You would measure the length of a car in metres. An average car is about 4m

### What is the metric unit of a car?

You would measure the length of a car in metres. An average car is about 4m

mm, cm or m.

### What is the length of a car in metric unit?

Example, a 2015 Subaru Outback is 481.584 centimeters in metric length or 189.6 inches.

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### What metric unit would you use to measure the length a ship?

yes because it is kind of like a car and you can measure a car with kilometers

### What metric unit would be best to measure the length of a car?

A metre - unless you were writing up the car's specifications.

### What metric measurement is the best estimate for the length of a car?

You'd measure the length of a car in metres.

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### What unit would you use to describe the weight of a railroad car?

The most adequate unit is the metric tonne.This unit is equal to 1 000 kg.

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### What metric unit do you use to measure a car?

Yes, you can measure the length of a car in kilometers although I'm not sure why you would want to. The length of a car is quite often measure in feet or meters. You can also measure the remaining life of a car with kilometers or miles. If your car odometer reads 200,000 kilometers then there likely isn't much life left in it. ==================================== Sure, but the number will be very small ... hard to remember, write down, and tell other people about. If your car is, say, 25 feet long, that's only 0.00762 kilometer. That's why the kilometer is a poor choice of unit to describe a car. But if you like it, there's no mathematical reason why you can't use it.