From millimeters to centimeters without unnecessary calculations with our online converter. Simply enter the number of millimeters you want to convert to centimeters and click on the calculate button. With these simple steps, you will get the conversion automatically and without the need to do any calculations by hand.
As it could not be otherwise, we also have available a converter to go from centimeters to millimeters.
How many millimeters is a centimeter?
Before learning how to go from millimeters to centimeterss, we must know their equivalence.
1 millimeter = 0.1 centimeter.
Now that we know this, we can move on to the next point where we will see how to switch from one unit to another.
How to convert from mm to cm
Remember that one millimeter equals 0.1 centimeterTherefore, we can apply the following formula to calculate the distance in centimeters from a given number of millimeters:
d(cm) = d(mm) / 10
By example.If we are not able to calculate how many centimeters are 30 millimeters, we can calculate how many centimeters are 30 millimeters:
d(cm) = 30 mm / 10 = 3cm
As you can see, the conversion from mm to centimeters is very easy since we only have to divide by 10. This makes things much easier, because as you probably already know, dividing by 10 means that you have to move the decimal point one position to the left.
Let's look at one more example where we go from millimeters to centimeters.
10 mm to cm
Imagine that we want to convert 10 millimeters to centimeters manually. To do this, we apply the formula that we have seen in the previous point and that will allow us to convert mm to cm.
d(cm) = 10 mm / 10 = 1 cm
With this operation we have proved that 1 centimeter is equivalent to 10 millimeters.
How to convert from millimeters to centimeters in Excel
If you want to use Excel to convert from mm to cmYou can use Microsoft's spreadsheet program to obtain this equivalence.
To do so, you simply have to write the following function within a cell:
=CONVERT(C3; "mm"; "cm")
Please note that the C3 coordinates are the ones we have used in our example video so you will know how to convert from mm to cm in ExcelTherefore, you will have to adapt these coordinates to the coordinates of your spreadsheet to apply the function correctly.
If you prefer, you can also type directly the value in centimeters that you want to convert to millimeters. For example, if you want to convert 1 mm to cm, the function would have to be written like this:
=CONVERT(1; "mm"; "cm")
If you have any questions about how to perform this conversion, leave us a comment and we will try to help you as soon as possible.
Table of equivalence of millimeters to centimeters
If you need more equivalence examples for from mm to cmBelow you will find a table with typical values so that if you wish, you can print it and keep it in a place where you always have it at hand.
|Millimeters (mm)||Centimeters (cm)|
|0.01 mm||0.001 cm|
|0.1 mm||0.01 cm|
|1 mm||0.1 cm|
|2 mm||0.2 cm|
|3 mm||0.3 cm|
|4 mm||0.4 cm|
|5 mm||0.5 cm|
|6 mm||0.6 cm|
|7 mm||0.7 cm|
|8 mm||0.8 cm|
|9 mm||0.9 cm|
|10 mm||1 cm|
|20 mm||2 cm|
|30 mm||3 cm|
|40 mm||4 cm|
|50 mm||5 cm|
|60 mm||6 cm|
|70 mm||7 cm|
|80 mm||8 cm|
|90 mm||9 cm|
|100 mm||10 cm|
mm to cm converter
We wanted to make it easy for you to convert from millimeters to centimeters, so at the top of this page you will find an mm to cm converter where you can automatically convert any length in millimeters to centimeters.
Its operation is really simple so you don't have any doubts, but just in case there are any, we are going to show you how it works.
Imagine you want to spend 80 mm to cm. In that case, just type 80 in the one box and then press the calculate button to convert to centimeters.