How many millinewton-meter in 1 newton-metre?
The answer is 1000.
We assume you are converting between millinewton meter and newton-metre.
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millinewton-meter or newton-metre
The SI derived unit for torque is the newton meter.
1 newton meter is equal to 1000 millinewton-meter, or 1 newton-metre.
Note that rounding errors may occur, so always check the results.
Use this page to learn how to convert between millinewton meters and newton metres.
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1 millinewton-meter to newton-metre = 0.001 newton-metre
10 millinewton-meter to newton-metre = 0.01 newton-metre
50 millinewton-meter to newton-metre = 0.05 newton-metre
100 millinewton-meter to newton-metre = 0.1 newton-metre
200 millinewton-meter to newton-metre = 0.2 newton-metre
500 millinewton-meter to newton-metre = 0.5 newton-metre
1000 millinewton-meter to newton-metre = 1 newton-metre
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Newton metre is the unit of moment in the SI system. Its symbol is N m or N·m. It is a compound unit of torque corresponding to the torque from a force of 1 newton applied over a distance arm of 1 metre.
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