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Welcome to **m to km**.

This page has everything about the **meter to kilometer conversion** and vice versa.

A bit further down you can find the formula, and a converter of the metric units.

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## How to Convert M to Km?

Kilometer definition: One kilometer (km) is one thousand meters (m).

Thus, to convert m to km we **divide** the length or distance in meter **by 1000**.

Easier, however, is using our m to km calculator above.

### About our M to Km Converter

Simply insert the amount of meter, making use of the decimal point for fractional parts.

Our app then does the math automatically.

To reset the conversion, press the designated button.

You can simply **swap** the **input** unit and **output** unit of measurement by changing or filling in the result field.

Here you can find everything about km to m.

Right below we explain the math, and provide you with an example of how to get the amount of m in km.

### M to Km Formula

To obtain meters in km use the formula **[km] = [m] / 1000**.

For example, to get the equivalence of 100 meters in kilometers: 100 m / 1000 = 0.1 km.

You can remember the conversion by heart if you remember that **“kilo” denotes one thousand**.

Our tool rounds to ten decimal places.

In case you ever need to have more decimal digits, then apply the above formula by means of a calculator or pen and pencil.

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Ahead is some additional information regarding meters in kilometers.

Keep reading to learn everything related to how to change meter to kilometer.

## Meters in Km

The term *meters to kilometers* is the American spelling; in **British English spelling** the meter is **metre** and kilometer is kilometre.

In either spelling variant the plural is built by appending an “s”.

Right below are some additional infos about the units under consideration.

The meter is the **base unit of length** in the the **International System of Units** (SI), defined as the as the distance traveled by light in a vacuum in a fraction of time.

The **kilometer is a multiple of the meter**; the conversion factor is 1000.

Kilometers are used in countries which have adopted the metric system to denote the terrestrial distances between two places.

Instead of the kilometer, some countries, most notably the United States of America and the United Kingdom, use the international mile.

See convert km to miles to learn more about it.

The unit symbol for meter is *m*, and the unit symbol for kilometer is *km*, both short forms are always spelled lowercase except for titles.

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## Summary

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Frequent metres to kilometres conversions on our site include:

Whereas a **meter** is the fundamental unit of **length** in the metric systems, the **kilometer** is usually employed to denote the **distance** between two places on land.

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## Conversion Table

Here’s our quick conversion chart:

Meters | Kilometers |
---|---|

1 | 0.001 |

2 | 0.002 |

3 | 0.003 |

4 | 0.004 |

5 | 0.005 |

6 | 0.006 |

7 | 0.007 |

8 | 0.008 |

9 | 0.009 |

10 | 0.01 |

100 | 0.1 |

200 | 0.2 |

300 | 0.3 |

400 | 0.4 |

500 | 0.5 |

600 | 0.6 |

700 | 0.7 |

800 | 0.8 |

900 | 0.9 |

1,000 | 1 |

2,000 | 2 |

3,000 | 3 |

4,000 | 4 |

5,000 | 5 |

6,000 | 6 |

7,000 | 7 |

8,000 | 8 |

9,000 | 9 |

10,000 | 10 |

11,000 | 11 |

12,000 | 12 |

13,000 | 13 |

14,000 | 14 |

15,000 | 15 |

16,000 | 16 |

17,000 | 17 |

18,000 | 18 |

19,000 | 19 |

20,000 | 20 |

21,000 | 21 |

22,000 | 22 |

23,000 | 23 |

24,000 | 24 |

25,000 | 25 |

26,000 | 26 |

27,000 | 27 |

28,000 | 28 |

29,000 | 29 |

30,000 | 30 |

31,000 | 31 |

32,000 | 32 |

33,000 | 33 |

34,000 | 34 |

35,000 | 35 |

36,000 | 36 |

37,000 | 37 |

38,000 | 38 |

39,000 | 39 |

40,000 | 40 |

41,000 | 41 |

42,000 | 42 |

43,000 | 43 |

44,000 | 44 |

45,000 | 45 |

46,000 | 46 |

47,000 | 47 |

48,000 | 48 |

49,000 | 49 |

50,000 | 50 |

51,000 | 51 |

52,000 | 52 |

53,000 | 53 |

54,000 | 54 |

55,000 | 55 |

56,000 | 56 |

57,000 | 57 |

58,000 | 58 |

59,000 | 59 |

60,000 | 60 |

61,000 | 61 |

62,000 | 62 |

63,000 | 63 |

64,000 | 64 |

65,000 | 65 |

66,000 | 66 |

67,000 | 67 |

68,000 | 68 |

69,000 | 69 |

70,000 | 70 |

71,000 | 71 |

72,000 | 72 |

73,000 | 73 |

74,000 | 74 |

75,000 | 75 |

76,000 | 76 |

77,000 | 77 |

78,000 | 78 |

79,000 | 79 |

80,000 | 80 |

81,000 | 81 |

82,000 | 82 |

83,000 | 83 |

84,000 | 84 |

85,000 | 85 |

86,000 | 86 |

87,000 | 87 |

88,000 | 88 |

89,000 | 89 |

90,000 | 90 |

91,000 | 91 |

92,000 | 92 |

93,000 | 93 |

94,000 | 94 |

95,000 | 95 |

96,000 | 96 |

97,000 | 97 |

98,000 | 98 |

99,000 | 99 |

100,000 | 100 |

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– Article written by Mark, last updated on February 12th, 2024