# metre per day to millimetre per day conversion

Conversion number between metre per day [m/d] and millimetre per day [mm/d] is 1000. This means, that metre per day is bigger unit than millimetre per day.

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### Enter the number in metre per day:

Decimal Fraction Exponential Expression
 [m/d]
eg.: 10.12345 or 1.123e5

Result in millimetre per day

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### Calculation process of conversion value

• 1 metre per day = (exactly) ((1/86400)) / ((0.001/86400)) = 1000 millimetre per day
• 1 millimetre per day = (exactly) ((0.001/86400)) / ((1/86400)) = 0.001 metre per day
• ? metre per day × ((1/86400)  ("m/s"/"metre per day")) / ((0.001/86400)  ("m/s"/"millimetre per day")) = ? millimetre per day

### High precision conversion

If conversion between metre per day to metre-per-second and metre-per-second to millimetre per day is exactly definied, high precision conversion from metre per day to millimetre per day is enabled.

Decimal places: (0-800)

metre per day
Result in millimetre per day:
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### metre per day to millimetre per day conversion chart

 Start value: [metre per day] Step size [metre per day] How many lines? (max 100)

visual:
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## Multiple conversion

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## Details about metre per day and millimetre per day units:

Convert Metre per day to other unit:

### metre per day

Definition of metre per day unit: ≡ 1 m / 86400 s. The speed with which the body moves 1 metre in 1 day.

Convert Millimetre per day to other unit:

### millimetre per day

Definition of millimetre per day unit: ≡ 1 mm / 86400 s. The speed at which the body moves 1 millimetre in 1 day. Nail growth rate approx. 0.1 mm/day.

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