Convert 12.34 inches to meters. (2.54 cm 1 inch)

Parker Bird
2022-07-22
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Convert 12.34 inches to meters. (2.54 cm 1 inch)

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Kaiden Weeks

Answered 2022-07-23
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Sol. Since 1 inch=2.54 cm

$\Rightarrow \text{}(2.34\text{inches})=(2.54)(12.34)\text{}cm$

=31.3436 cm

Also we know that 1 cm=0.01 m

$\Rightarrow 31.3436\text{}cm=(0.01)(31.3436)\text{}m$

0.313436 m

or 12.34 inches =31.3436 cm=0.313436 m

66 cm $\to $ centimeter, m-meter

$\Rightarrow \text{}(2.34\text{inches})=(2.54)(12.34)\text{}cm$

=31.3436 cm

Also we know that 1 cm=0.01 m

$\Rightarrow 31.3436\text{}cm=(0.01)(31.3436)\text{}m$

0.313436 m

or 12.34 inches =31.3436 cm=0.313436 m

66 cm $\to $ centimeter, m-meter

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