The length of the equator on a globe is the circumference (perimeter of a circle).
The formula for calculating the circumference:
P = 2πR = πD.
P = 3.14159 * 32 = 100.53088 cm.
When rounded to the hundredths, P = 100.53 cm.
Answer: The length of the equator on this globe, rounded to the nearest hundredths of 100.53 cm.
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