I am guessing you want to know how many decimeters are iin 6 meters. There are 10 decimeters to a meter, so the answer would be 60, if I interpreted the question correctly.
6m equals to 6000,000dm.
By unit of length and distance and conversion ,we can say that 1 m =10 dm 60 dm= 6m
No, 56cm is not more than 6m because 56cm < 6m. Notes: 1. Clarify the question "Is 56cm or than 6m?" to "Is 56cm more than 6m?" 2. Convert 56cm to meters (56 * 1/100 = .56m 3. Compare .56m to 6m: .56m < 6m 4. Answer the question: "No, 56cm is not more than 6m." ====== Answer 1: No. 6m= 600cm so 6m is greater than 56cm
There are 10 decimetres in one metre. Therefore, 6 metres is equal to 6 x 10 = 60 decimetres. This is one tenth of the size of 600 decimetres.
12m + 3n - 6m + 7n6m + 10n
-8 + (5m - 6m) = -8 + (-m) = -8 - m
n - 6m = 8 n = 6m + 8
Actually 6m is greater than 63cm :P
No... 63cm = 0.63m, or 6m = 600 cm
6m is greater than 56cm
8m + (4n - 6m) + 9n =8m + 4n - 6m + 9n =(8m - 6m) + (4n + 9n) =2m + 13n
use the net to find the lateral area of the prism 3m 6m 3m 6m 15m
12 dm.12 dm.12 dm.12 dm.
Their size ranges from 35x10-6m to 500x10-6m.
No, 63cm is smaller than 6m.
No, 6m is smaller than 24m.
15m + (2n-6m) + 11m = = 15m + 11m + 2n - 6m = 26m - 6m + 2n = 20m + 2n = 2(10m + n)
6m 20cm is 620 cm
-6m-8=24 -6m=32 m=5.3333... The solution to this algebraic equation is m=5 and 1/3 (m equals five and one third).
is Robitussin and tussin dm the same thing
Since 1 m = 10 dm, then 1 m 60 dm + 30 dm = 70 dm + 30 dm = 100 dm = 10m or 1 m 60 dm + 30 dm = 1m 90dm = 10 m.
dm = decameter 1 dm = 10 m answer: 50 dm
It is: 3.4+5.65+6.85 = 15.9 dm
(9mX6m)2 2916m2 9mX(6m)2 324m3
6m - 12 cm= 600cm - 12cm= 588cm (or 5.88m)