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Meters To Centimeters

Angstroms, Centimeters, Fathoms, Furlongs, Inches, Kilometers, Microns, Miles, Millimeters, Nanometers, Nautical Miles, Picometers, and Yards Centimeters, Fathoms, Feet Furlongs, Inches, Kilometers, Microns, Miles, Millimeters, Nanometers, Nautical Miles, Picometers Yards exchange units Amount One hundred centimeters 1 meter = Show the result as Number Fraction The meter, sometimes known as the metre, is the basic length unit in the metric system, upon which all other length units are based. It is equivalent to 100 cm, one thousandth of a kilometer, or about 39.37 inches. A centimeter, often known as a centimetre, is a length unit equal to one tenth of a meter. An inch is 2.54 cm long.

On June 22, 1799, two iridium platinum prototypes symbolizing the meter and kilogram were placed at the Archives of the Republic in Paris, and they are currently housed at the International Bureau of Weights and Measures in France.

On May 20, 1875, 17 countries signed the Convention du Mtre (Meter Convention), which established the Bureau International des Poids et Mesures (BIPM), a permanent laboratory and world center of scientific metrology, and the Confrence Gnrale des Poids et Mesures (CGPM), which defined the international metro prototypes in its first edition in 1889.

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