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**Conversion of Metre to Kilometre: **Metre and kilometre are used to measure the length or distance in the metric system. A length of 1/1000 metres makes a kilometre. This article will help you to convert metre to kilometre.

Meters

Kilometers

**What is Metre?**

In the International System of Units (SI), a meter is a primary unit of length. It’s denoted by ‘m’ in short.

**Common Usage:**

- Used to measure the length of a dining table.
- Used to measure the length of window curtain fabric.
- Used to measure the length of a room.

**What is Kilometre?**

In the International System of Units (SI), Kilometre is a unit of length that is equal to 1000 metres. It is denoted as ‘km.’

**Common Usage:**

- Used to measure the distance from one city to another.
- Used to measure the length of a runway.
- Used to measure the distance covered by a person in a marathon.

**How to convert Metre to Kilometre?**

To convert metre to kilometre, multiply the given metres by 1/1000 to get the value in kilometres. As

1 kilometre = 1000 metre**The Formula to convert metre to kilometre is given below, **

X m = X × 1/1000 km

where X is the value in metres.

**Examples of the conversion of Metre to Kilometre**

**Problem 1: **Convert 3 metres to kilometres.

Solution 1:

Step 1: The given value is 3 metres.

Step 2: To convert 3 metres to kilometres, substitute the given value at the required places in the conversion formula.

X m = X × 1/1000 km

Hence,

3 m = 3 × 1/1000 km

= 0.003 km

Therefore, 3 metres is 0.003 kilometres.

**Problem 2:** Convert 40 metres to kilometres.**Solution 2:**

Step 1: The given value is 40 metres.

Step 2: To convert 40 metres to kilometres, substitute the given value at the required places in the conversion formula.

X m = X × 1/1000 km

Hence,

40 m = 40 × 1/1000 km

= 0.04 km

Therefore, 40 metres is 0.04 kilometres.

**Problem 3: **Convert 55 metres to kilometres.**Solution 3:**

Step 1: The given value is 55 metres.

Step 2: To convert 55 metres to kilometres, substitute the given value at the required places in the conversion formula.

X m = X × 1/1000 km

Hence,

55 m = 55 × 1/1000 km

= 0.055 km

Therefore, 55 metres is 0.055 kilometres.

**Problem 4:** Convert 800 metres to kilometres.**Solution 4:**

Step1: The given value is 800 metres.

Step 2: To convert 800 metres to kilometres, substitute the given value at the required places in the conversion formula.

X m = X × 1/1000 km

Hence,

800 m = 800 × 1/1000 km

= 0.8 km.

Therefore, 800 metres is 0.8 kilometres.

**Problem 5:** Convert 650 metres to kilometres.**Solution 5:**

Step1: The given value is 650 metres.

Step 2: To convert 650 metres to kilometres, substitute the given value at the required places in the conversion formula.

X m = X × 1/1000 km

Hence,

650 = 650 × 1/1000 km

= 0.650

Therefore, 650 metres is 0.650 kilometres.

**Metre to Kilometre** **conversion** **table**

Metre (m) | Kilometre (km) | Conversion of metre to kilometre (m to km) |

1 metre to kilometre | 0.001 kilometres | 1 metre is 0.001 kilometres |

2 metres to kilometre | 0.002 kilometres | 2 metres is 0.002 kilometres |

3 metres to kilometres | 0.003 kilometres | 3metres is 0.003 kilometres |

4 metres to kilometres | 0.004 kilometres | 4 metres is 0.004 kilometres |

5 metres to kilometres | 0.005 kilometres | 5 metres is 0.005 kilometres |

6 metres to kilometres | 0.006 kilometres | 6 metres is 0.006 kilometres |

7 metres to kilometres | 0.007 kilometres | 7 metres is 0.007 kilometres |

8 metres to kilometres | 0.008 kilometres | 8 metres is 0.008 kilometres |

9 metres to kilometres | 0.009 kilometres | 9 metres is 0.009 kilometres |

10 metres to kilometres | 0.01 kilometres | 10 metres is 0.01 kilometres |

11 metres to kilometres | 0.011 kilometres | 11 metres is 0.011 kilometres |

12 metres to kilometres | 0.012 kilometres | 12 metres is 0.012 kilometres |

13 metres to kilometres | 0.013 kilometres | 13 metres is 0.013 kilometres |

14 metres to kilometres | 0.014 kilometres | 14 metres is 0.014 kilometres |

15 metres to kilometres | 0.015 kilometres | 15 metres is 0.015 kilometres |

16 metres to kilometres | 0.016 kilometres | 16 metres is 0.016 kilometres |

17 metres to kilometres | 0.017 kilometres | 17 metres is 0.017 kilometres |

18 metres to kilometres | 0.018 kilometres | 18 metres is 0.018 kilometres |

19 metres to kilometres | 0.019 kilometres | 19 metres is 0.019 kilometres |

20 metres to kilometres | 0.020 kilometres | 20 metres is 0.020 kilometres |

21 metres to kilometres | 0.021 kilometres | 21 metres is 0.021 kilometres |

22 metres to kilometres | 0.022 kilometres | 22 metres is 0.022 kilometres |

23 metres to kilometres | 0.023 kilometres | 23 metres is 0.023 kilometres |

24 metres to kilometres | 0.024 kilometres | 24 metres is 0.024 kilometres |

25 metres to kilometres | 0.025 kilometres | 25 metres is 0.025 kilometres |

26 metres to kilometres | 0.026 k | 26 metres is 0.026 kilometres |

27 metres to kilometres | 0.027 kilometres | 27 metres is 0.027 kilometres |

28 metres to kilometres | 0.028 kilometres | 28 metres is 0.028 kilometres |

29 metres to kilometres | 0.029 kilometres | 29 metres is 0.029 kilometres |

30 metres to kilometres | 0.030 kilometres | 30 metres is 0.030 kilometres |

50 metres to kilometres | 0.05 kilometres | 50 metres is 0.05 kilometres |

100 metres to kilometres | 0.1 kilometres | 100 metres is 0.1 kilometres |

200 metres to kilometres | 0.2 kilometres | 200 metres is 0.2 kilometres |

300 metres to kilometres | 0.3 kilometres | 300 metres is 0.3 kilometres |

400 metres to kilometres | 0.4 kilometres | 400 metres is 0.4 kilometres |

500 metres to kilometres | 0.5 kilometres | 500 metres is 0.5 kilometres |

600 metres to kilometres | 0.6 kilometres | 600 metres is 0.6 kilometres |

700 metres to kilometres | 0.7 kilometres | 700 metres is 0.7 kilometres |

800 metres to kilometres | 0.8 kilometres | 800 metres is 0.8 kilometres |

900 metres to kilometres | 0.9 kilometres | 900 metres is 0.9 kilometres |

1000 metres to kilometres | 1 kilometres | 1000 metres is 1 kilometres |

**Difference between Metre and Kilometre**

Comparison Parameters | Metre (m) | Kilometre (km) |

Definition | In the International System of Units (SI), a meter is a primary unit of length. | In the International System of Units (SI), Kilometre is a unit of length that is equal to 1000 metres. |

Symbol | m | km |

Formula | 1m = 0.001km | 1 km = 1000 m |

Common Usage | Used for measuring the length of a dining table, the length of window curtain fabric, the length of a room, etc. | Used to measure the distance from one city to another, the length of a runway, the distance covered by a person in a marathon, etc. |

**FAQs on the conversion of Metre to Kilometre**

**How do you convert meters to kilometers formula?**

To convert metres to kilometres, multiply the given value of meters by 1/1000 to get the value in kilometres. As

1 km = 1000 m

Formula,

X m = X × 1/1000 km

where X is the value of metres that needs to be converted to kilometres.

**What is 1 km equal to in meters?**

1 km = 1000 m

**Convert 650 metres to kilometre.**

Solution:

Step1: The given metres are 650.

Step 2: To convert 650 metres to kilometres, substitute the given values at the required places in the formula.

X m = X × 1/1000 km

Hence,

650 = 650 × 1/1000 km

= 0.650

Therefore, 650 metres is 0.650 kilometres.

**What is Kilometre?**

In the International System of Units (SI), kilometre is a unit of length that is equal to 1000 metres. It is denoted by the symbol ‘km.’

**What is the value of 1 km?**

1 km = 1000 m

**How to convert metre to kilometre?**

The formula to convert metre to kilometre is given below,

X m = X × 1/1000 km

where X is the value in metres.

**Convert 1000 m to km.**

Step1: The given metres are 1000.

Step 2: To convert 1000 metres to kilometres, substitute the given values at the required places in the formula.

X m = X × 1/1000 km

Hence,

1000 = 1000 × 1/1000 km

= 1

Therefore, 1000 metres is 1 kilometres.

**Convert 800 meters to km.**

Step1: The given metres are 800.

Step 2: To convert 800 metres to kilometres, substitute the given values at the required places in the formula.

X m = X × 1/1000 km

Hence,

800 = 800 × 1/1000 km

= 0.8

Therefore, 800 metres is 0.8 kilometres.

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