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10 decimeters in a meter

1,000 meters in a kilometer

so 20,000.

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00.23 kilometers is 2,300 decimeters.

4.5 kilometers is 45,000 decimeters.

4.5 kilometers is 45,000 decimeters.

100000 decimeters = 10 kilometers

5.33 kilometers is 53,300 decimeters.

20 kilometers = 200,000 decimeters (1 kilometer = 10,000 decimeters) 20 x 10,000 = 200,000

3 kilometers is 30,000 decimeters.

No, one kilometer is 10,000 decimeters.

71.7 decimeters=0.00717 kilometers

2 decimeters=20 centimeters

Five decimeters is 0.0005km

4.5 kilometers is 45,000 decimeters.

0.065 kilometers is 650 decimeters.

6540 decimeters = 0.654 kilometers.

20 decimeters=2 meters

It equals 2 decimeters

1 decimeter = 10 centimer = 0.1 meter 1 kilometer = 1000 meters = 10000 decimeters

6.3 decimeters 1000 milimeters = 100 centimeters = 10 decimeters = 1 meter = 0.1 decameters = 0.01 hectometers = 0.001 kilometers

ill first convert them all to meters 2 meters = 2m 100 centimeters = 1m 4 decimeters = .4m 3 kilometers = 3000m therefore... 4 decimeters, 100 centimeters, 2 meters, 3 kilometers.

2.5 decimeters = 0.00025 kilometers

1 hectometer = 100 meters. 1 meter = 10 decimeters.(2 hectometer)*(100 meters/hectometer)*(10 decimeters/meter) = 2000 decimeters

5,000 decimeters

1 decimeter= 10 centimeters 2 decimeters x 10 centimeters = 20 centimeters

1m = 10 decimeters 2m = 20 decimeters

12.5 kilometers is 125,000 decimeters

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