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Millimeters to Meters
Millimeter (mm):
A millimeter is measuring unit of length in a metric system. It measures a very small visible quantity of length. The symbolic representation of the millimeter is mm in SI units. One millimeter is equal to 0.001 meters.
Meter (m):
A meter is a measuring unit of length in the IS system of measurements. The symbolic representation of the meter is "m". One meter is calculated by the distance traveled by a light ray through a vacuum in 1/299792458(3.33564095 x 109) of a second. One meter is equal to 1000 millimeters.
Millimeters to meters (mm to m) :
It is a free online Millimeter to meter (mm to m) height converter. The millimeter is measuring unit of length in a metric system. One millimeter is equal to 0.001meters and meter is a measuring unit of length in the IS system of measurements. one meter is equal to 1000 millimeters according to the international yard agreement in the year 1959.
How to Convert Millimeters to Meters?
For converting millimeters to meters we will go with an example.
Example:
Convert 10 mm to m?
We know 1 mm = 0.001 m ; 1 m = 1000 mm.
10 millimeters =__meters
10x0.001 = 0.01 meters (We know 1 mm = 0.001 meters)
Answer:
10 millimeters = 0.01 meters
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Square Meters to Square Millimeters Conversions
Square Meters  Square Millimeters 

1 square meter  1000000 square millimeters 
2 square meters  2000000 square millimeters 
3 square meters  3000000 square millimeters 
4 square meters  4000000 square millimeters 
5 square meters  5000000 square millimeters 
6 square meters  6000000 square millimeters 
7 square meters  7000000 square millimeters 
8 square meters  8000000 square millimeters 
9 square meters  9000000 square millimeters 
10 square meters  10000000 square millimeters 
11 square meters  11000000 square millimeters 
12 square meters  12000000 square millimeters 
13 square meters  13000000 square millimeters 
14 square meters  14000000 square millimeters 
15 square meters  15000000 square millimeters 
16 square meters  16000000 square millimeters 
17 square meters  17000000 square millimeters 
18 square meters  18000000 square millimeters 
19 square meters  19000000 square millimeters 
20 square meters  20000000 square millimeters 
Figures rounded to a maximum of 5 decimal places (7 with smaller numbers). 
How many square millimeters are there in 1 square meter?
There are 1000000 square millimeters in 1 square meter. To convert from square meters to square millimeters, multiply your figure by 1000000 .
How many square meters are there in 1 square millimeter?
There are 1.0E6 square meters in 1 square millimeter. To convert from square millimeters to square meters, divide your figure by 1000000 .
What is a square meter?
Otherwise abbreviated as m^{2}, a square meter (or 'metre' with British spelling) is a square which possesses equal sides of one meter. It is often used to measure the area within a room or the total area associated with an exterior parcel of land. A square meter is equal to 10,000 square centimeters, 10.76 square feet and 0.0001 hectares. Large bay windows are sometimes the equivalent of a square meter. Carpets and wooden floors are likewise priced by the square meter.
What is a square millimeter?
The square millimeter (or 'millimetre' with British spelling) is a unit defined as a square with each side measuring one millimeter in length. This is abbreviated simply as mm^{2}. This is quite a small area, for an averagesized playing card measures 5,600 square millimeters (56 square centimeters). Square millimeters can be used when designing smartphone screens or determining the total area occupied by an electrical component on a circuit board. Another application can be mapping the scalp before a hair transplantation process takes place.
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Millimetre
Unit of length 1/1000 of a metre
Further information: Metre
millimetre  

Ruler with millimetre and centimetre marks  
Unit system  SI derived unit 
Unit of  Length 
Symbol  mm 
Named after  The metric prefixmille (Latin for "one thousand") and the metre 
1 mm in ...  ... is equal to ... 
micrometres  1×10^{3} μm = 1000 μm 
centimetres  1×10^{−1}cm = 0.1 cm 
metres  1×10^{−3}m = 0.001 m 
kilometres  1×10^{−6} km 
inches  0.039370 in 
feet  0.0032808 ft 
The millimetre (international spelling; SI unit symbol mm) or millimeter (American spelling) is a unit of length in the metric system, equal to one thousandth of a metre, which is the SI base unit of length. Therefore, there are one thousand millimetres in a metre. There are ten millimetres in a centimetre.
One millimetre is equal to 1000micrometres or 1000000nanometres. Since an inch is officially defined as exactly 25.4 millimetres, a millimetre is equal to exactly 5⁄127 (≈ 0.03937) of an inch.
Definition[edit]
Since 1983, the metre has been defined as "the length of the path travelled by light in vacuum during a time interval of 1/299792458 of a second".^{[1]} A millimetre, 1/1000 of a metre, is therefore the distance travelled by light in 1/299792458000 of a second.
Informal terminology[edit]
A common shortening of millimetre in spoken English is "mil". This can cause confusion since in the United States, "mil" traditionally means a thousandth of an inch.
Unicode symbols[edit]
For the purposes of compatibility with Chinese, Japanese and Korean (CJK) characters, Unicode has symbols for:
In Japanese typography, these square symbols are used for laying out unit symbols without distorting the grid layout of text characters.
Measurement[edit]
On a metric ruler, the smallest measurements are normally millimetres.^{[3]} Highquality engineering rulers may be graduated in increments of 0.5 mm. Digital callipers are commonly capable of reading increments as small as 0.01 mm.^{[4]}
Microwaves with a frequency of 300 GHz have a wavelength of 1 mm. Using wavelengths between 30 GHz and 300 GHz for data transmission, in contrast to the 300 MHz to 3 GHz normally used in mobile devices, has the potential to allow data transfer rates of 10 gigabits per second.^{[5]}
The smallest distances the human eye can resolve is around 0.02 to 0.04 mm, approximately the width of a thin human hair.^{[6]} A sheet of paper is typically between 0.07 mm and 0.18 mm thick, with ordinary printer paper or copy paper approximately a tenth of a millimetre thick.^{[7]}
See also[edit]
Look up millimetre in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. 
References[edit]

 
m to mm conversion table:
mm to m conversion table:
