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How many decameters equal one kilometer?


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Answered 2010-02-25 07:17:12

1 kilometer = 10,000 decimeters

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10,000 decimeters = 1 kilometer


One inch is equal to 0.00254 decameters


One hectometre is equal to 10 decametres.


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There are 10 metres in one decametre. Therefore, 19.9 decametres is equal to 19.9 x 10 = 199 metres.


There are 1000 millimetres in one decametre. therefore, 100 decametres is equal to 1000 x 100 = 100000 millimetres.


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