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Which is greater 15cm or 150 mm?

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Neither.

Neither.

Neither.

Neither.

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Since 1 cm = 10 mm, they are the same.15 cm = 150 mm


150 mm are in 15cm. because if you wanted to convert 16cm into mm then just times it by 10 easy


15cm is equal to 150mm. So, 500mm is greater than 15cm.


1 cm = 10 mm so 15 cm = 150 mm.


Well 1mm = 0.10 cm so 150mm = 15cm They are the same size!


Since both lengths are in different units, so first of all we have to make their units same. 1 cm is equivalent 10 mm. So, 15 cm = 15 x 10 mm = 150 mm. 150 mm is greater than 140 mm, so 140 mm is shorter.


there are 10 mm in 1cm so do the math 10x15= 150 mm ( mm are smaller than cm )


Neither, they are equal.


150 mmwhich is greater 15 centimeters or 150 millimeters


10mm=1cm 1cm/10mm=x/150mm cross multiply 150mmx1cm=150cm(mm) divide by 10mm 150cm (mm)/10mm= 15cm


You cannot equate length and volume without far more information. If you meant mm, there are 15cm in 150mm



15 centimeters = 150 millimeters.


about 15cm with a circumference of 7.3 mm


150 mm, there is 10 mm in 1cm, therefore 150 mm would be equal 15 cm.


150 torr = 150 mm Hg


1 in = 25.4 mm. (150 mm)/(25.4 mm/in) = 5.9055 inches.


15cm is bigger. It equals 150mm




25.4 mm = 1 in → 150 mm = 150 ÷ 25.4 in ≈ 5.91 in


150 mm equal 0.15 meters.


150 millimeters = 5.90551181 inchesDirect Conversion Formula150mm*1 in25.4 mm=5.905511811in


The answer depends on the units used for "150 by 150". For example, 150 mm by 150 mm will be considerably smaller than 150 cm by 150 cm.


5.9055"Direct Conversion Formula150mm*1 in25.4 mm=5.905511811in



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