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All of the below are things that approximate in length to 1mm. or 0.001m.
- A mustard seed.
- Midges / no-see-ums.
- A lower case 'o' when printed in Times New Roman size 10.
- A smallish raindrop.
- A biggish grain of sand.
- A book louse - which we would generally call a bookworm, of course.
- Some types of clown beetle.
- The eggs of various species of squid.
- The clusters of flowers found on some floating watermeal plants.
- The smallest types of LED (light emitting diode).
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A hectometer is a little longer than a football field.
About as long as a nickel is thick. (A US nickel is 1.95mm thick.)
1 centimeter is about the diameter of a AAA battery. A triple A or AAA battery is a standard size of dry cell battery commonly used in portable electronic devices measures 4…4.5 mm in length and 10.5 mm in diameter.
A megameter is equal to one million meters. The distance from New York to Chicago is 1.14 megameters and from Amsterdam to Marseille is 1.01 megameters.
a meter stick A yard stick is around a meter long ( a little more than 3 ft in lenght) Half the height of an average-sized door. A baseball bat. A walki…ng stick. An adult's leg A meter ruler
E.g. human cells are smaller than 1 mm.
Easy!! 60 x 5 =300 milimetres
13 millimeters = approximately 0.512 inch, or just over half an inch.
A truck without the trailer is about a decameter long the height of a three story building
Pavement ant workers can range frm 2.5mm to 4mm lng
A 12" student ruler.
about the thickness of the elastic on an average pair of men's underpants. or about 2/50ths of an inch.
A termite is 5 millimeters long
maybe a grain of sand?
Turn a US Lincoln cent on its side. The thickness of the coin is just a little over 1.5mm.
your finger on your ruler a worm and more