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one millimeters is

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    1/1000 of a meter

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    .001 meter in 1 mm

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    A millimeter is one one-thousandth of a meter. ... One thousand millimeters equals one meter.

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    1/10 of a cm

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    Metric system >>>> British system. Nuff said.

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    lol we get it guys

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    Brine I agree

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    british are the ppl that dont shower lolz just kidding

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    thanks guys

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