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For some of these I think I have the right answer but I need a second opinion, Thanks :) (1). 223.7 km=_m. A} 223,700 ***(I multiplied by 100) B} 22,370 C} 22.370 D} 0.2237 (2).Write the metric unit that makes the statement true.
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