# How many centimeters is the circumference of the earth?

• In the Metric System, one kilometer equals 1000 meters and one meter equals 100 centimeters. So the Earth's diameter is 12,756,000 meters or 1,275,600,000 centimeters, and the Earth's circumference is 40,075,000 meters or 4,007,500,000 centimeters!

• 40,075 km

Also, how many miles is it around the Earth once? 24,901 miles

Considering this, what are the dimensions of the earth?

Because of this, the diameter of the Earth at the equator is about 43 kilometers (27 mi) larger than the pole-to-pole diameter. As a result, the latest measurements indicate that the Earth has an equatorial diameter of 12,756 km (7926 mi), and a polar diameter of 12713.6 km (7899.86 mi).

The Earth is made out of many things. Deep inside Earth, near its center, lies Earths core which is mostly made up of nickel and iron. Above the core is Earths mantle, which is made up of rock containing silicon, iron, magnesium, aluminum, oxygen and other minerals.

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