Convert to the given unit. 40 km to m A. 4000 m B. 40,000 m C. 400,000 m D. 4,000,000 m

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Convert to the given unit. 40 km to m A. 4000 m B. 40,000 m C. 400,000 m D. 4,000,000 m

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1 km=1000 m
so 40km=40*1000m=???
40,000

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