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  • 5 years ago

how many millimeters are in two ? 20 2,000 20,000 or 200

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  1. anonymous
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    are in two of what?

  2. anonymous
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    what do you mean

  3. anonymous
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    easiest way to convert is type what you wish into Google, eg, 1mm to cm and Google calculator will convert it for you, also wikipeia has a table that tells you conversions here http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SI_prefix

  4. anonymous
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    your post says how many mm are in two? but what do you mean? how many mm are in two cm, meters , two inches, two miles?

  5. anonymous
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    two meters

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    ok, in the SI system the meter is the base unit so everything is biased on factors of that, unlike the empirical system we use here in the us. so this is easy you know 1 meter = 10 dm = 100 cm = 1000 mm so two meters would equal 2000 mm its just knowing how many places to move the decimal place, cm = 10^-2, and mm - 10^-3

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    thanks

  8. anonymous
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    i got one more qestion

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    okey dokey

  10. anonymous
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    12meters= 120mm 120 centrimeters 12000mm 1.2km or 12000mm and mm= millimeters

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    ok what kind of equations differential equations?

  12. anonymous
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    woops wrong question of the diff eq thing there

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    ok so like above 1mm is equal to 10^-3 meters or 1mm = 0.001meter and looking at it from the perspective of 1meter, 1 meter = 1000mm, so if you have twelve meters how many mm should that be?

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    as for km the km is on the other side of the meter, the bigger than the meter side, kelo means 1000, such as a kelogram is 100 grams, a kilometer is 1000 meters so 1.2Km =1200 meters = 1,200,000 cm or 12,000,000 mm

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    kilo* poor typing there

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    so it is 12000mm

  17. anonymous
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    12m = 12000mm yep

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    ok thank you i am a fan of you now

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    not a problem and thank you

  20. anonymous
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    kk

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