0frollardChrysN Answer 8 years ago ReplyUpvote+1If used properly, there should always be 1000 milli-anything in an anything :)Millisecond is often misused as 'hundredth' of a second on a stop watch, etc, but in metric, its 1/1000.

0seandoguefrollard Answer 8 years ago ReplyUpvoteSo true...there are exactly 1000 millipedes in my basement! :-)

0kelseymhseandogue Answer 8 years ago ReplyUpvoteUmmm...I think you mean there are 1000 millipedes in your pede...... and ChrysN is right, ewwww!

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Best Answer 8 years ago

There are 1000 milliAmps in an Amp.

Answer 8 years ago

+1

If used properly, there should always be 1000 milli-anything in an anything :)

Millisecond is often misused as 'hundredth' of a second on a stop watch, etc, but in metric, its 1/1000.

Answer 8 years ago

So true...there are exactly 1000 millipedes in my basement! :-)

Answer 8 years ago

Ummm...I think you mean there are 1000 millipedes in your pede...

... and ChrysN is right, ewwww!

Answer 8 years ago

Eww!

8 years ago

Deca = 10

Centi = 100

Mili = 1000