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Q: How many c-newton meters in a newton meter?

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The prefix "deca" means ten.

The question does not make sense. The newton and newton meter are different units, so: for a force of 120 newton meters, you can have a 10 newtons over 12 meters, 5 newtons over 24 meters, 0.5 newtons over 240 meters, 50 newtons over 2.4 meters, and so on.

One foot-pound = 1.3558 Newton-meters.

There is one meter in a meter...

1 Newton is 1 joule/meter.

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1 newton meter is about 8.85 in-lbs. 1 in-lb is about 0.113 newton meters.

The prefix "deca" means ten.

The question does not make sense. The newton and newton meter are different units, so: for a force of 120 newton meters, you can have a 10 newtons over 12 meters, 5 newtons over 24 meters, 0.5 newtons over 240 meters, 50 newtons over 2.4 meters, and so on.

One foot-pound = 1.3558 Newton-meters.

1 deca newton meter (daN-M) = 10 N-M so 2 daN-M = 20 N-M

8.851 inch-pounds = 1 Newton-meter so 885.1 inch pounds

A pascal is one Newton per square meter. You cannot go from pascal to meters, they are different units of measurement.

A meter is one meter.

There is one meter in a meter...

1 Newton is 1 joule/meter.

The deca Newton meter of torque is 0.1 to one Newton meter. In relation to the kilo meter of torque, it is .001. Many converters are available online for torque measurements.

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