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How many kilometres in a decimetre?


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Answered 2009-12-15 07:12:09

1 kilometer = 10000 decimeters

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One decimetre is equal to 0.1 metres. One kilometre is equal to 1000 metres. therefore, one decimetre is equal to 0.1/1000 = 0.0001 kilometres.


There are 10000 decimetres in one decimetre. Therefore, 7640 decimetres is equal to 7640/10000 = 0.764 kilometres.


There are 100 millimetres in one decimetre.


There are 100000000000 picometres in one decimetre.


A decimetre is one tenth of a metre. Therefore, there are 10,000 decimetres in one kilometre. Multiplying this by 17 kilometres gives us 170,000 decimetres.Therefore, there are 170,000 decimetres in 17 kilometres.


One decimetre is equal to 0.0001 kilometers. Therefore, 10 decimetres is equal to 10 x 0.0001 = 0.001 kilometres.


There are 1000 x 10 = 10000 decimetres in one kilometre. Therefore, one decimetre is equal to 1/10000 = 0.0001 kilometres.


One decimetre is equal to 0.1 metres.


There are 10 centimetres in one decimetre.


10 centimetres is 1 decimetre.10 centimetres is 1 decimetre.10 centimetres is 1 decimetre.10 centimetres is 1 decimetre.


One decimetre is equal to 0.1 metres.



NONE - millilitre is volume - decimetre is length - they are not compatible.


One decimetre is equal to one tenth of a metre or 0.1 metres.


A decimetre is 10 centimetre. A decimetre is 10 centimetre.


1 decimetre = 10 centimetres7 decimetre = 70 centimetres


A decimetre is one tenth of a metre - therefore there are 10 centimetres in a decimetre.


There are 0.1 metres in one decimetre. There are 100 metres in one hectometre. Therefore, one decimetre is equal to 0.1/100 = 0.001 hectometres.


Since one decimetre is equal to 10 centimetres, one cubic decimetre is equal to 103 = 1000 cubic centimetres, or millilitres.


One decimetre = 10 cm, so there are 20 decimetres in 200 cm


As asked your question is nonsense as:* a litre is a measure of volume; whereas* a decimetre is a measure of length.However, if you meant how many litres are in a CUBICdecimetre then there is one litre.1 l = 1 dm.


10. A centimetre is one-hundredth of a metre whila decimetre is one-tenth of a metre.


Question as stated is meaningless: decimetre is a measure of length, a square foot is an area.


The question should be how many centimetres cubed in a decimetre cubed as a decimetre is 10 centimetres. A decimetre cubed is therefore 10cm x 10cm x 10cm = 1000 centimetres cubed.


A decimetre is bigger than a millimetre - there are 100 millimetres in one decimetre.



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