›› Convert dekametre to fermi


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How many dekameter in 1 fermi? The answer is 1.0E-16.
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The SI base unit for length is the metre.
1 metre is equal to 0.1 dekameter, or 1.0E+15 fermi.
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1 dekameter to fermi = 1.0E+16 fermi

2 dekameter to fermi = 2.0E+16 fermi

3 dekameter to fermi = 3.0E+16 fermi

4 dekameter to fermi = 4.0E+16 fermi

5 dekameter to fermi = 5.0E+16 fermi

6 dekameter to fermi = 6.0E+16 fermi

7 dekameter to fermi = 7.0E+16 fermi

8 dekameter to fermi = 8.0E+16 fermi

9 dekameter to fermi = 9.0E+16 fermi

10 dekameter to fermi = 1.0E+17 fermi

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›› Definition: Dekameter

A decametre (American spelling: dekameter, symbol: dam) is a measurement of distance equal to ten metres. This measure is included mostly for completeness. It very rarely has any practical application.

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