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which units would you most likely use to describe the difference in height between a cricket and a grasshopper

  • geometry -

    a kilometers b millimeters c centimeters d meters

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    Millimeters?

  • geometry -

    Definitely millimeters

    Study the centimeters and millimeters on a meter stick or even on a standard ruler.

    Races are run in meters.

    Car trips are measured in kilometers.

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