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15.4 meters is the same as 1.54 centimeters 15.4 centimeters 1540 centimeters 15400 centimeters

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    1540

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    do you know why???

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    no not really:)

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    1metre=100centimetre

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    bcoz 1m=100cm

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    so when you convert it to centimeters multiply 100

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    thanks you guys

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