Which unit is larger kilometer micrometer centimeter or decimeter?
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.
Liter is for volume, meter is for length. The two can't be compared. A milliliter is a unit of measurement, measuring the volume of a liquid. A Kilometer is a unit of measurement, measuring length. Now, if you meant Millimeter, then the Kilometer is much larger. A millimeter is 1 tenth of a Centimeter, a centimeter is one hundredth of a meter, and a Meter is one thousandth of a Kilometer So, one Millimeter is…
The main unit for distance is the meter. Derived units are of course also used, for example centimeter, millimeter, micrometer, nanomenter, kilometer. For some reason, megameter is rarely used for a million meters; instead, this is commonly expressed as "1000 kilometers". Similarly, larger prefixes might be used, but they are seldom used in practice.
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