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My Math questions are:

Find 1/10 of 1/100 of a meter = 1/10 meters.

Find 1/60 of 1/60 of an hour = 1hour

Am I correct.

Thanks

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    No.

    1/10 * 1/100 = 1/1000

    1/60 * 1/60 = ?

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