1.How many feet are in 1 mile? 2.How many meters are in 1 kilometer 3.How many millimeters are in 1meter? 4.How many kilometers are in 2 miles? 5.How many feet are in 1 kilometer? 6.How many feet are in 10 meters? 7.How many centimeters are in 5 inches?

hommequidort0h 2022-09-15 Answered
1.How many feet are in 1 mile?
2.How many meters are in 1 kilometer
3.How many millimeters are in 1meter?
4.How many kilometers are in 2 miles?
5.How many feet are in 1 kilometer?
6.How many feet are in 10 meters?
7.How many centimeters are in 5 inches?
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Answered 2022-09-16 Author has 8 answers
(1)
1 mile = 1609.35 meters 1 feet = 60.48 c m 1 meter = 100 c m 1 mile = 160935 c m 30.48 1 mile = 5280  feet
(2)
1  kilometer = 1000 m
(3)
1  meter = 100 c m  and  1 c m = 10 millimeters 1 meter = 100 × 10 = 1000  millimeters
(4)
1  mile = 1.609 k m 2  miles = 1.609 × 2 = 3.218 k m
(5)
1  kilometers = 3280  feet
(6)
1 m = 3.28 f t 10 m = 10 × 3.28 = 32.8  feet
(7)
1  inch = 2.54 c m 5  inch = 5 × 2.54 = 12.7 c m

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