A decameter is 10 times larger than a meter. A decameter is 10 meters.
I think you mean decameter and nanometer a decameter is 10 meters a nanometer is one billionth of a meter so a decameter is 10 billion nanometers
is decameter bigger than a meter
Prefix 'deca' is used to denote multiples of meter and uses factor 101 or 10 Decameter is always longer than a meter as 1 decameter equals 10 meters
a decameter a kilometer
A decameter. It's ten meters, so is ten times bigger.
The abbreviation for decameter is "dam", since the abbreviation of deka is da and the abbreviation of meter is m.
Nope, a decameter is about 100x a decimeter (because the meter is in the middle)
kilometer = 1000 meters decameter = 10 meters meter = 1/1000th kilometer ... approx 39.9 inches, just over a yard. decimeter = 1/10th meter centimeter = 1/100th meter millimeter = 1/1000th meter micrometer = 1/1000th millimeter - and - micrometer = 1/1,000,000 meter - one millionth of a meter. These are listed in size from largest to smallest. You did not ask about Meter, Decameter or Meter. By the way, in England it is called a Metre, not a Meter.
a decametre is 10 metres
A cubic decametre = 10 metre * 10 metres * 10 metres = 1000 cubic metres.
unit of length close to a meter is decameter and decimeter ,that Is, dam and dm.
1 decametre (dekametre) = 10 metres.
1 decameter = 10 Meters.
1 meter is smaller than a dekameter.1 dekameter (decameter), abbreviated dkm or dam is equal to 10 meters. Deka-/deca- means 10.
metre is just the correct spelling of meter. The US likes to use meter, but England uses metre. But to answer the question, decameter, decametre and dekameter are the same thing and are equivalent.