10. one centimeter equals 10 milimeters. :)

You can't measure milliliters in centimeters or visa versa.

there are 10mm in 1cm.

4 - without cutting the 1cm x 1cm squares.

1cm is 0.393701 inches.

Liters are a measure of volume whereas Millimeters are a measure of length. If you mean milliliters, then: 1 l = 1000ml If you mean cubic millimeters, which are a measure of volume, then: 1 cm = 10 mm 1 ml = 1 cm3 = 1cm x 1cm x 1cm = 10mm x 10mm x 10mm = 1000 mm3 ⇒ l l = 1000000 mm3

100cm = 1m 1cm = 0.01 m

1cm = 10mm 32mm x 1cm/10mm = 3.2cm

1cm = 10mm 126mm x 1cm/10mm = 12.6cm

1cm = 10mm 2.7cm x 10mm/1cm = 27mm.

1cm=10mm 800mm*(1cm/10mm)=80cm There are 80cm in 800mm.

Not many since 100cm makes a meter, and 1000 meters makes a "kilo" meter. 0.00001km is 1cm

* 1cm = 10mm * 1cm = 10000um * 1cm = 0.01m * 1cm = 1'000'000nm * 1cm = 0.00001km * 1cm = 1'000'000'000pm

1 cm = 10 mm So 1 cm3 = 1cm * 1cm * 1cm = 10mm * 10mm * 10mm = 1000 mm3

1 cubic cm = 1cm*1cm*1cm = 0.01m*0.01m*0.01m = 0.000001 cubic metres or 10-6 cbm.

1cm=10mm therefore: 160cm x 10mm/1cm=1600mm

1cm = 10mm 11mm x 1cm/10mm = 1.1cm

1in = 2.54cm (exactly) ⇒ 1cm = 1 ÷ 2.54 in ~= 0.394in 1cm2 = 1cm x 1cm ~= 0.394 in x 0.394 in ~= 0.155in2

There are 0.045 milliliters in 0.045 milliliters.

no - imagine 60 tiny 1cm x 1cm x 1cm cubes. Then imagine you have 60 of them. That many tiny cubes does not fill a whole backpack.

answer 2 there are approx 28.5 grams to the ounce (imperial), but you'd better decide whether it is the fluid ounce or the weight ounce you are concerned with. One gram is the volume of a 1cm cube of water = 1000ml. Away you go!

1million or 100million

1 cm squared is 10mm by 10mm so 1cm squared equals 100mm squared

1mL is 1cm3, and 1cm is 10^7nm so 1mL=1cm^3=10^21nm^3

1 Angstrom = 0.1 nanometres = 100 picometres (pico = 10-12) 1cm = 10,000,000 (ten million) nm. Therefore 1cm = 100,000,000 Angstroms (one hundred million).

A centimeter is a metric measurement. Below are some conversions. (cm is the abbreviation for centimeter.) 1cm = 10 mm 1cm = 0.1 dm 1cm = 0.01 m 1cm = 0.001 dkm 1cm = 0.0001 hm 1cm = 0.00001 km 1cm = roughly 0.4 in

1cm = 10mm. So 14mm > 1cm.

5km = 5000m = 500 000cm, so 1cm goes into 5km 500 000 times

1 metre = 100cm 100 x 0.01 (one hundreth) = 1cm 1cm = 10mm

1in = 2.54cm 1cm = 10mm 417mm x 1cm/10mm x 1in/2.54cm = 16.4in rounded

100mm = 1cm. 0.82

7.63. 1cm = 10mm.

I guess you mean how many in a litre - 1000

How many ounces is 330 milliliters

1cm1cm is equal to 1cm2 this is not equal to 1cm 1cm2 means a box that has four edges that each measure 1cm. just a plain 1cm is a length of 1cm.

A centicube is a cube measuring 1cm x 1cm x 1cm or 1cm3

Their is 1000 milliliters in litter, so 0.001 liters to milliliters

230 milliliters (liters x 1,000 = milliliters)

1in = 2.54cm 1cm = 10mm 314mm x 1cm/10mm x 1in/2.54cm = 12.4in (rounded)

There are 8000 milliliters in 8 liters. As there are 1,000 milliliters (ml) in a liter (or litre), there are 8 times that many in 8 liters, which is 8,000 milliliters.

1000 milliliters are in a liter

1000 milliliters=1kiloliter

There are 1,000,000,000 milliliters in a megaliter.

18925000000 milliliters

about 946,353 milliliters are in a ton.

7570000000 milliliters

There are 1000 liters in milliliters

1cm = 10mm Therefore 1cm is larger than 7mm

1cm equates to about 0.033 feet. There are 30.48cms. in a Foot. 1cm. is just about the width of a child's finger. An inch is 2.54 cm; so multiply 12 times 2.54 and you get how many cm in one foot. So a cm is 1/30 the size of a foot.

The size of the Dixie cup depends on how many milliliters are in it. It can range from 250 milliliters in a small Dixie cup, to 1000 milliliters in a larger cup.

the answer is 1 cm is = to 10 mm