
Definition of Hectometer
1. Noun. A metric unit of length equal to 100 meters.
Generic synonyms: Metric Linear Unit
Terms within: Dam, Decameter, Decametre, Dekameter, Dekametre, Dkm
Group relationships: Kilometer, Kilometre, Klick, Km
Definition of Hectometer
1. n. A measure of length, equal to a hundred meters. It is equivalent to 328.09 feet.
Definition of Hectometer
1. Noun. (alternative spelling of hectometre) ¹
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Definition of Hectometer
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Literary usage of Hectometer
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1. Basic Math Skills Grade 5 by Wes Tuttle (2003)
"Which of the following does NOT fit and why? meter, centiliter, inch, milligram,
hectometer, gram 10. List the following linear measurements in order from ..."
2. A Mental Arithmetic: Based on Analysis and Induction by George Washington Hull (1896)
"1 centimeter, 1 decimeter, 1 meter, 1 decameter, 1 hectometer, 1 kilometer, ...
Decimeter? Centimeter? 3. Centimeters in a meter? Decameter? hectometer? 4. ..."
3. A Complete Arithmetic: With Oral and Written Exercises by George Washington Hull (1895)
"hectometer ? Kilometer ? 4. Decimeters in a meter? Decameter? hectometer? 5.
What is measured by the meter? Kilometer? Millimeter ? Approximatelyâ€” 6. ..."
4. The Public School Arithmetic, Based on McLellan and Dewey's "Psychology of by James Alexander McLellan, Albert Flintoft Ames (1897)
"Hence we can write 1 hectometer, 1 decameter, 1 meter, 1 decimeter, ... Write in
terms of the meter, the sum of: (1) 1 hectometer, 2 decameters, 9 meters, ..."
5. The Public School Arithmetic: Based on McLellan & Dewey's "Psychology of by James Alexander McLellan, Albert Flintoft Ames (1897)
"Again, 1 decameter is equal to 10 meters, and 1 hectometer to 10 decameters.
Hence we can write 1 hectometer, 1 decameter, 1 meter, 1 decimeter, ..."