1m x .100mm dia how much water will it hold

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2 inches = 5.08 centimeters

I suppose the best way to get an accurate conversion is to run it through Google.

Just type:

2 inches in cm

and it will give you the conversion.

I suppose the best way to get an accurate conversion is to run it through Google.

Just type:

2 inches in cm

and it will give you the conversion.

Aug 24, 2014 | Building Materials

volume is calculated by finding the area multiplied by the length or height . That is Pi X radius squared X length

example --tube 6"dia 12"long what is the volume?

Example 3.1417 X radius 3" Squared =3.1417X9sq " = 28.2740sq" X length 12" =338.688 cubic"

If you want the volume of an engine cylinder , it is the same formula and the length is the stroke of the piston ( distance from TDC to BDC )

example --tube 6"dia 12"long what is the volume?

Example 3.1417 X radius 3" Squared =3.1417X9sq " = 28.2740sq" X length 12" =338.688 cubic"

If you want the volume of an engine cylinder , it is the same formula and the length is the stroke of the piston ( distance from TDC to BDC )

May 20, 2014 | Office Equipment & Supplies

About 503 liters or 0.503 cubic meters.

If this is homework, be sure to show your work.

If this is homework, be sure to show your work.

Dec 08, 2013 | Texas Instruments TI-83 Plus Calculator

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Sep 10, 2013 | accord nut, clip 5mm. body side molding -...

The volume of the cylinder is 9.43 cubic metres which equates to 9,430 litres

Jul 18, 2011 | Office Equipment & Supplies

The best way to solve this is to break the total volume of the pool up into two simple shapes.

The upper volume of the pool will be a simple rectangular solid with the following dimensions:

L=7m

W=5m

D=1m

Volume of this section = L x W x D = 35 m^3

Now the lower volume of the pool will be a a triangular prism solid with he following dimensions:

Base=7m

Height=2m (3m total - 1m top section)

W=5m

Volume of this section = 0.5 x B x H x W = 35m^3

Now just add these two sections together to find the total volume of the pool:

V1 + V2 = 35 m^3 + 35 m^3 = 70 m^3

Therefore the total volume of the pool is 70 cubic meters.

I hope that was helpful to you, good luck.

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Joe.

The upper volume of the pool will be a simple rectangular solid with the following dimensions:

L=7m

W=5m

D=1m

Volume of this section = L x W x D = 35 m^3

Now the lower volume of the pool will be a a triangular prism solid with he following dimensions:

Base=7m

Height=2m (3m total - 1m top section)

W=5m

Volume of this section = 0.5 x B x H x W = 35m^3

Now just add these two sections together to find the total volume of the pool:

V1 + V2 = 35 m^3 + 35 m^3 = 70 m^3

Therefore the total volume of the pool is 70 cubic meters.

I hope that was helpful to you, good luck.

If you choose to rate this solution using the Thumbs Up scale provided, I thank you very much for your time and consideration.

Joe.

May 29, 2011 | Office Equipment & Supplies

Here are the Specs from Orion's spec sheet.

Sensitivity @ 2.84V/1m 93DB

FS 23Hz

QMS 9.05

QES 0.47

Qts 0.44

BL (Force Factor) 8.7 TM

SD (Piston Area) 500 sq.CM \ 78 sq. in.

VAS (Volume Acoustic suspension) 224 Liters \ 7.92cu.ft

Xmax 7.75MM \ 0.30 in.

Enclosure Recommendations

Sealed Volume 1.60 cu. ft.

Vented Volume 2.75 cu. ft.

Port Dia (Inside Dia.) 4 in.

Port Length 8.5 in.

Sensitivity @ 2.84V/1m 93DB

FS 23Hz

QMS 9.05

QES 0.47

Qts 0.44

BL (Force Factor) 8.7 TM

SD (Piston Area) 500 sq.CM \ 78 sq. in.

VAS (Volume Acoustic suspension) 224 Liters \ 7.92cu.ft

Xmax 7.75MM \ 0.30 in.

Enclosure Recommendations

Sealed Volume 1.60 cu. ft.

Vented Volume 2.75 cu. ft.

Port Dia (Inside Dia.) 4 in.

Port Length 8.5 in.

Nov 07, 2009 | Orion Xtreme XTR15d Car Speaker

It will hold approximately 34,017 liters of liquid. The actual volume will be less, since the thickness of the tank wall was not provided.

The formula needed to calculate the volume is as follows:

1) Radius multiplied by Pie and then Square the result

(r * 3.14... ^2 = result)

2) Then multiply by the length of the cylinder to give cubic meters

(result * length = cubic meters)

3) Convert cubic meters into liters for the result.

Hope you find this Very Helpful and best regards!

The formula needed to calculate the volume is as follows:

1) Radius multiplied by Pie and then Square the result

(r * 3.14... ^2 = result)

2) Then multiply by the length of the cylinder to give cubic meters

(result * length = cubic meters)

3) Convert cubic meters into liters for the result.

Hope you find this Very Helpful and best regards!

Aug 28, 2009 | Cooper Hammering

volume of a cylinder = height time Pi r squared

dia = 43cm so radius = 21.5cm

so 109 x 3.14 x 21.5squared = 158209.69 cubic cm

1 cubic cm = 0.001 litre

so 158.20969 litres

with a more correct value for Pi is actually 158.28993 Litres

dia = 43cm so radius = 21.5cm

so 109 x 3.14 x 21.5squared = 158209.69 cubic cm

1 cubic cm = 0.001 litre

so 158.20969 litres

with a more correct value for Pi is actually 158.28993 Litres

Jun 27, 2008 | Office Equipment & Supplies

go to www.arachnoid.com and you will find a solution for this and many othe problems!

May 23, 2008 | Texas Instruments TI-89 Calculator

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