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# Is 4 m greater than 400 dm?

With 10 decimeters to a meter, 4 meters is 40 decimeters, which is a lot less than 400 decimeters.

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Is 4 dm less than or greater than 40 cm

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100

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Yes

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Be yhh

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400 dm

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40 meters

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It is equal to. 1 metre = 100 centimetres so 4 metres = 400 centimetres

400 decimeters = 40 meters. So, decimetres are greater.

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4!4! = 2424 = 1.3337 * 1033 or slightly greater than 1 decillion. And you still have another 4 to play with! If you do not wish to use factorials, you can try 4^4^4 = 256^4 = 4,294,967,296 - more than big enough.

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