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How Long Is a Meter?

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A meter is a standard unit of measurement for distance. One metre long is exactly 100 centimetres long or 1000 millimetres long. It is also approximately about 39.38 inches long. It is slightly longer than a yard and is also about 3.3 feet.
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A meter is 100 centimeters, or 1000 milimeters or 3.280 839 895 feet
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