## ››Convert petametre to hectometre

 petameter hectometer

How many petameter in 1 hectometer? The answer is 1.0E-13.
We assume you are converting between petametre and hectometre.
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The SI base unit for length is the metre.
1 metre is equal to 1.0E-15 petameter, or 0.01 hectometer.
Note that rounding errors may occur, so always check the results.
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## ››Quick conversion chart of petameter to hectometer

1 petameter to hectometer = 10000000000000 hectometer

2 petameter to hectometer = 20000000000000 hectometer

3 petameter to hectometer = 30000000000000 hectometer

4 petameter to hectometer = 40000000000000 hectometer

5 petameter to hectometer = 50000000000000 hectometer

6 petameter to hectometer = 60000000000000 hectometer

7 petameter to hectometer = 70000000000000 hectometer

8 petameter to hectometer = 80000000000000 hectometer

9 petameter to hectometer = 90000000000000 hectometer

10 petameter to hectometer = 1.0E+14 hectometer

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## ››Definition: Petameter

A petametre (American spelling: petameter, symbol: Pm) is a unit of length equal to 10^15 metres.

## ››Definition: Hectometer

A hectometre (American spelling: hectometer, abbreviation: hm) is a somewhat uncommonly used measurement of length, consisting of 100 metres or one tenth of a kilometre.

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