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You don't. You can change other measurements to centimeters, more specifically, measurements of length such as a certain number of meters, millimeters, feet, etc. But it doesn't make sense to convert pure numbers to centimeters. Or to any other measurement for that matter. +++ "more specifically" - in fact only units of length.
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Square centimeters is surface Area (length x width). Multiply length in centimeters by width in centimeters to find square centimeters. You need to know the shape and po…ssibly another dimension before this can be answered
One Meter is = 100 so you divide the length given in cm by 100 to get meters. One KM = 1000 Meters. So, you divide the answer in Meters by 1000 to get KM
Meters are the basic unit of measurement everything else is a factor of 10. The centimeter is perhaps the easiest to remember. Think of centi like the cents (US currency) in t…he dollar (meter). There are 100 cents in a dollar and there are 100 centimeters (cm) in a meter. 1m = 100cm 1.25m = 125cm
To convert m to cm multiply by 100; and To convert cm to m divide by 100. The centi- prefix means one hundredth (1/100) → 1 cm = 1/100 m → 100 …cm = 100 × 1/100 m = 1 m → 1 m = 100 cm
You don't! The former is a unit of volume, the latter is a unit of length.
Impossible to change a volume measure to a length measure
What is the ratio of the number of millimeters in a centimeters to the number of centimeters in a meter?
1:100 (cm:mm). 1:100 (m:cm)
cm2 is a measurement of area, e.g. width x length cm3 is a measuremnt of volume, e.g. width x length x height
multiply by 100 000 21.1 km = 2110000.00 cm
Multiply by 10.
An ounce is a unit of mass. A cubic centimetre is a unit of volume. The two units are therefore incompatible.
You don't. One measures length, the other measures area.
1 liter = 1000 cubic centimeters
You cannot change square centimeter to centimeter. The square centimeter is a measure of area and the centimeter is a measure of distance.
Ten. Divide millimeters by 10 to get centimeters.