# 1.20 Centimeter to Meter

Convert 1.20 (one) Centimeters to Meters (cm to m) with our conversion calculator.

1.20 Centimeters to Meters equals 0.0120 m.

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Convert 1.20 Centimeters to Meters (cm to m) with our conversion calculator.

1.20 Centimeters to Meters equals 0.0120 m.

To convert centimeters to meters, the key is understanding the relationship between these two metric units. Specifically, 1 meter is equal to 100 centimeters. This relationship provides the foundation for the conversion, meaning that if we have a measurement in centimeters and we wish to express it in meters, we simply divide that measurement by 100. In the case of converting 1.2 centimeters to meters, this process involves taking the length in centimeters (1.2 cm) and dividing it by 100, since there are 100 centimeters in a meter.

Thus, the calculation process can be laid out simply as follows: 1.2 cm รท 100 = 0.012 meters. This is because dividing by 100 effectively shifts the decimal point two places to the left in our original number, converting from the centimeter scale to the meter scale. This calculation is fundamental in metric conversions and illustrates how to easily move between units within the metric system, especially between those that are commonly used for length measurements. This method ensures precision and ease in converting measurements without the need for complex calculations or the use of conversion factors beyond the simple division by 100.

Here are 7 items that are approximately 1.2 centimeters in length:

1. Diameter of a large paperclip:

• It's a common office supply used for holding sheets of paper together.
2. Width of a standard USB Type-A plug:

• The part of the USB that gets inserted into a port for data transfer or charging.
3. Width of an SD Card:

• A portable storage device used in cameras, computers, and other electronic devices.
4. Diameter of a AAA battery:

• Small cylindrical batteries used in small electronic devices like TV remotes.
5. Length of a guitar pick:

• A small tool used by guitarists to strum or pluck the strings of a guitar.
6. Diameter of some coins (depending on the country):

• Coins vary in size; some are close to this thickness or diameter, used as currency.
7. Width of a standard pencil eraser:

• The rubber end of a pencil used for erasing pencil marks on paper.