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December 8, 2013

# Posts by Alejandra

Total # Posts: 74

MATH
how many milligrams are there in a kilogram I give up alejandra. I showed you how to count your way to the answer and you keep posting. We don't give answers but we try to help you understand so you don't need us. Please go back and count your way from milligrams to ki...

science math
how many decimeters are there in a decameter Go back to my post and count. Then post your answer here. You can check your answer at google but I will be happy to check it also. 100 decimeters. I'm sure of it! Decimeters

math
i still dont get it im comfused on how many centimeters are there in a decimeter, a meter, and a hectometer 10cm=1dm 100cm=1m 10000cm=1hm There are 100 centimeters in a meter. We know that becase of the prefix centi-. Please re-read DrBob222's post. It explains the prefixe...

math:roger plz check if im right
how many decimeter are there in a meter: .1m a decameter: 10m a kilometer: 1000m Go back to your original post and read what I wrote. Then redo your table.

math
4.2 cm=___m 0.042

math
how many millimeters are there in: a meter: a decaameter: a kilometer: alejandra don't you have some kind of chart to work from? There should be something in your text telling you how to change prefixes somewhere. thats the problem i dont have one and i need help Factor Na...

math
how many decimeters are there in: a meter: a decameter: a kilometer: 10 100 10000

math
how many centimeters are there in: a decimeter: a meter: a hectometer: 10 100 10000 10 100 10000

science
whats my height in meters? my height is 5'3" 63 inches x 2.54 cm/inch = 160.0 cm = 1.600 meters You learn to do these by dimensional analysis. We know there are 39.37 inches in 1 meter. First, convert your height to inches so we are dealing with one item instead of fe...

thx 4 the help roger
thx 4 the help i got the steps You're welcome and I'm glad you understood the steps. Now use that strategy with your other word problems. Identify what the variable(s) are, convert them to equations, then solve the equations. Always be sure to test your answers to see ...

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