# A marker is 0.13 m long. What is the length in milliliters

1 answer:

For this case we have:

**Note:**<em> Milliliter is a unit of volume. It is not possible to convert distance units into volume units.
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We must convert the length 0.13 meters to millimeters.

By definition, 1 meter equals 1000 millimeters. That is to say:

Then, applying the rule of three we have:

1m ------------> 1000mm

0.13m --------> x

Where x represents the length of the marker in millimeters.

Resolving:

Thus, the marker measures 130 millimeters long

**Answer:
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**130 millimeters**

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