To convert from kilometers (km) to meters (m), multiply by 1000. How many meters are there in 6.2 km?

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To convert from kilometers (km) to meters (m), multiply by 1000. How many meters are there in 6.2 km?

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To convert from kilometers (km) to meters (m), multiply by 1000. How many meters are there in 6.2 km?
6200
So what are you supposed todo?

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1 km = 1000 m, so 6.2*1000 = 6200
Responding to a "New Notifications" alert for this problem. nowhereman -> "So what are you supposed todo?" The best I can figure this problem out to be, is to move the decimal point in 6.2 three places to the right. This would be a new experience for someone who has never exposed to the metric system.
mistake in typing: "never exposed" should have been typed "never been exposed". Sorry.

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