We will discuss here how to convert metres into kilometres and metres. Dive the number of metres by by 1000, the quotient represents kilometres and remainder represents metres.

**Let us consider some of the examples on converting m to km and m:**

(i) 1235 m = 1235 ÷ 1000 gives 1 as quotient and 235 as remainder. = 1 km 235 m |

(ii) 7870 m = 7870 ÷ 1000 gives 7 as quotient and 870 as remainder.
= 7 km 870 m |

(iii) 9574 m = 9574 ÷ 1000 gives 9 as quotient and 574 as remainder.
= 9 km 574 m |

(iv) 50256 m = 50256 ÷ 1000 gives 50 as quotient and 256 as remainder.
= 50 km 256 m |

(v) 6096 m = 9096 ÷ 1000 gives 9 as quotient and 96 as remainder.
= 9 km 96 m |

(vi) 90045 m = 90045 ÷ 1000 gives 90 as quotient and 45 as remainder.
= 90 km 45 m |

(vii) 34204 m = 34204 ÷ 1000 gives 34 as quotient and 204 as remainder. = 34 km 204 m |

**Note:** We can directly put a dot (.) after 3 digits from
right. The number formed to the right of dot represents metres and that to the
left represent kilometres.

**Let us consider some
of the examples:**

(i) 6425 m = 6.425 i.e., 6 km 425 m

(ii) 5004 m = 5.004 i.e., 5 km 4 m

(iii) 9085 m = 9.085 i.e., 9 km 85 m

(iv) 4820 m = 4.820 i.e., 4 km 820 m

(v) 7006 m = 7.006 i.e., 7 km 6 m

(vi) 4020 m = 4.020 i.e., 4 km 20 m

(vii) 34060 m = 34.060 i.e., 34 km 60 m

(viii) 70802 m 70.802 i.e., 70 km 802 m

**Measurement
of Length:**

Conversion of Standard Unit of Length

Addition and Subtraction of Measuring Length

Addition and Subtraction of Measuring Mass

Addition and Subtraction of Measuring Capacity

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