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# Convert kilometer to centimeter

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**Use A2Z converter to convert kilometre to centimetre**

Converting one unit to another is a daunting task, and you might make errors too. Thus, in order to prevent calculation errors that could cost you points, we'll give you a quick tip in this article on how to convert kilometre to centimetre. Understanding what a mile and a kilometre are and why converting these units is important is essential before learning the trick.

**Kilometre:**

The distance light travels in a vacuum in 1/299,792,458 seconds is measured in metres, with 1,000 metres equal to one kilometre.

Kilometre is a unit used to measure length or distance in the metric system. The metric system wasn't standardised into what we currently know it as until the 1960s, despite the fact that many other systems have been referred to as "metric" over the years. The "Système International d'Unités," or "SI" unit, is the name given to this system in France. As a result, the SI unit of length is the kilometre, which most countries use to measure distance. In the metric system, the prefix "kilo" is used to denote 1,000. Since 1000 metre makes 1 kilometre, thus it is called kilometre. Kilometres are denoted by the notation km; for example, one kilometre can be written as 1 km.

**Centimetre:**

One centimetre is one hundredth (1/100) of a meter, the length that lightly covers in a vacuum in 1/299,792,458 seconds.

The SI base unit for length is the meter, and the centimetre is a multiple of the meter. A prefix for 10-2 in the metric system is "centi." The abbreviation for centimetres is cm; for instance, 1 cm can represent 1 centimetre.

The standard length of a metric ruler is 30 cm, denoted by 30 sizable tick marks. The thickness of a typical pencil is roughly one centimetre, giving you a rough indication of how long a centimetre is.

For measuring length, we advise using a ruler or tape measure, which may be purchased at a nearby merchant or home improvement store. Make sure you choose the appropriate ruler because they come in imperial, metric, or a combination of both values.

A2Z convert **kilometre to centimetre**:

Our A2Z converter accurately converts kilometres to centimetres. It is a simple and free web tool. To get the answer, all you have to do is enter the number of kilometres to convert to centimetres. The same calculator may also be used to convert centimeters to kilometres.