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Which of the following would be best measured using millimeters? length of a chair height of a person width of a grain of rice height from the base to the peak of a volcano

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A meter is made up of 1,000 milimeters. So ONE milimeter is .001 meters. Its tiny.
So a, right?
Did you read all your options? A milimeter is like 1/10 of a centimeter...Would you use that to measure a chair.

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