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each unit in sq ft is 1 X 8 = 8 sq ft X 16 =128 cubic ft and you have an area of 1088 square ft

not the same to get a quantity so think about the first dimension as you only need 2 to get sq ft

female or not , this is simple grade 3 maths in area measurements

not the same to get a quantity so think about the first dimension as you only need 2 to get sq ft

female or not , this is simple grade 3 maths in area measurements

Jan 24, 2018 | Heating & Cooling

3X23= 69 sq feet. Gotta get two rolls and there will be left overs.

Feb 05, 2017 | The Office Equipment & Supplies

thats 6 meters square need another factor[HEIGHT ] for cube 12x .5x ?=CUBIC

Jul 17, 2016 | Garden

a square foot measurement is the product of the length by the width (breadth) or the room or building

If the room is 10 ft wide by 10 ft long it is 100 square feet in area

If it 10 ft long by 30 ft wide it is 130 square feet in area

really this is grade 1 maths

so to make it easy for you ,take a tape measure and measure the dimensions and multiply them using a calculator and the answer is in square ft

If the room is 10 ft wide by 10 ft long it is 100 square feet in area

If it 10 ft long by 30 ft wide it is 130 square feet in area

really this is grade 1 maths

so to make it easy for you ,take a tape measure and measure the dimensions and multiply them using a calculator and the answer is in square ft

Jan 30, 2016 | Heating & Cooling

measure the internal dimensions--- width X height X depth and multiple the measurements to get what you want

simple maths

simple maths

Oct 27, 2015 | Magic Chef Refrigerators

the manufacturer may have a record of the tank size

maybe you will have to revert to old school maths and measure it ( length X width X height ) which equals the cubic capacity of the tank

If you measure it in centimetres then you will get a cubic capacity answer which will convert to litres easily

maybe you will have to revert to old school maths and measure it ( length X width X height ) which equals the cubic capacity of the tank

If you measure it in centimetres then you will get a cubic capacity answer which will convert to litres easily

May 28, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

Not long enough to make a difference.

Jan 15, 2013 | Measuring Tools & Sensors

All you need to do is measure the diameter and do the math or for precision, roll-out one revolution on the ground and measure it in millimeters and divide by 1.61 (or multiply times .621).

(Consult chart or figure yourself by measuring from the top of the tire to the ground in inches.) Measurement X 25.4 x 3.14 / 1.61 = ws ( / is divided by)

http://www.thisoldtractor.com/gtbender/mg_manuals/sigma_sport_bc1200.pdf

There's a chart in the link below. I believe Columns E and F apply.

http://www.sheldonbrown.com/cyclecomputer-calibration.html#ccc

Jan 18, 2011 | Sigma Cycling

If the diangonal of a square is 1, either side opposite the diagonal is equal to the sin of 45 degrees. sin 45=.70710678. The segments formed by the bisection of the diagonals would be one half the length of the diagonal which would be .5 x 1 = .5. Or you could take the sin of .70710678x.70710678=.5 for the bisectors.

(if I understand what you are asking.)

(if I understand what you are asking.)

Oct 12, 2009 | Hawk GEOMETRIC DRAWING TOOLS 5-PIECE SET

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