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cubit [Royal Egyptian]
How many cm in 1 cubit [Roman]?
The answer is 44.4.
We assume you are converting between centimetre and cubit [Roman].
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cm or cubit [Roman]
The SI base unit for length is the metre.
1 metre is equal to 100 cm, or 2.2522522522523 cubit [Roman].
Note that rounding errors may occur, so always check the results.
Use this page to learn how to convert between centimetres and cubits.
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1 cm to cubit [Roman] = 0.02252 cubit [Roman]
10 cm to cubit [Roman] = 0.22523 cubit [Roman]
20 cm to cubit [Roman] = 0.45045 cubit [Roman]
30 cm to cubit [Roman] = 0.67568 cubit [Roman]
40 cm to cubit [Roman] = 0.9009 cubit [Roman]
50 cm to cubit [Roman] = 1.12613 cubit [Roman]
100 cm to cubit [Roman] = 2.25225 cubit [Roman]
200 cm to cubit [Roman] = 4.5045 cubit [Roman]
You can do the reverse unit conversion from cubit [Roman] to cm, or enter any two units below:
A centimetre (American spelling centimeter, symbol cm) is a unit of length that is equal to one hundreth of a metre, the current SI base unit of length. A centimetre is part of a metric system. It is the base unit in the centimetre-gram-second system of units. A corresponding unit of area is the square centimetre. A corresponding unit of volume is the cubic centimetre.
The centimetre is a now a non-standard factor, in that factors of 103 are often preferred. However, it is practical unit of length for many everyday measurements. A centimetre is approximately the width of the fingernail of an adult person.
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