Since 1983, the **Meter** has officially been defined as the length of the path traveled by the light in a vacuum during a certain time interval. The idea of a unified system of measures was first implemented in France at the time of the French Revolution. In the year 1789 a request was made to the members of the Academy of Sciences of that nation to create a unified system of measures. This system had several advantages compared to the previous ones, since the measures ceased to depend on parts of the human body, as they were until then, thus ceasing to be so arbitrary. This system was later followed by most countries in the world. According to the International System of Measures, the meter is considered to be the main unit of length measurement.

The **Centimeter** corresponds to one hundredth part of the meter. The length is a magnitude created to measure the distance between two points, the units most used to measure the length are kilometer, hectometer, decameter, meter, decimeter, centimeter and millimeter. If you do not have a ruler at hand and you need to estimate the length of something in centimeters, use a pencil or pen, for example. Because the thickness of these objects is usually one centimeter.

`cm=m xx 100`

If you do not wish to use our converter, you can always choose to perform the mathematical conversion operations manually. To do this, simply follow the following steps:

- Replace the variable
**m**with the value in meter that you want to convert. - Carry out mathematical operations, respecting priorities.
- Get the final value of cm with the rounding you want.

meter to cm | meter to cm |
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0.1 m = 10 cm | 9 m = 900 cm |

0.5 m = 50 cm | 10 m = 1000 cm |

1 m = 100 cm | 15 m = 1500 cm |

2 m = 200 cm | 20 m = 2000 cm |

3 m = 300 cm | 25 m = 2500 cm |

4 m = 400 cm | 30 m = 3000 cm |

5 m = 500 cm | 35 m = 3500 cm |

6 m = 600 cm | 40 m = 4000 cm |

7 m = 700 cm | 45 m = 4500 cm |

8 m = 800 cm | 50 m = 5000 cm |

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