Q: Is meters a teacher

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Ask a maths teacher :)

I think you need a dictionary to give you a better understanding of area and length, either that or talk to your teacher.

Back to your teacher and ask the difference between area and length....

2, 800 metres. check with your teacher :)

A majority of people are a bit less than two meters tall, but there are some who are at or taller than 2 meters. In English (or "Imperial") units, 2 meters is about equal to 6 feet 7 inches.

None, ask your teacher to explain the difference between length and area.

Think of a meter as being a yard, and there are 3 feet in a yard, so for real world functions it's 4500 feet. For math class use the conversion factor your teacher gave you.

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well for meters you would need to do whatever number you have to convert into meters if its small to large you should divide if its large to small you multiply. so lets say that you have 650 millimeters and you have to convert that into meters so you will divide so 650 divided by one is one so it would be one and if you were going from hex-to to meters you will multiply so 650 times 650 equals 650 so there you have it if you have any questions be sure to tell ur teacher or ask a adult to help you have a good day and bye bye

it means that once a teacher is a teacher once, even after he/she retires, they still feel like a teacher at heart.

When I took physics my teacher always had us use meters when measuring length because that was the unit that all the equations used. If we found a length of only a few centimeters she made us change it to a decimal number with meters as the unit. (ex. 75cm = 0.75m)