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  1. Assume the height refers to his feet . h(t) = ho + Vyo*t - 4.9*t² Vyo² = 2gh where h is...

    1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 14/09/2020

  2. 1 board foot = 144 cubic inches First off...into inches 6 meters => 600 cm => 600/2.54 inches => 60000/254...39;s the absolute most you're going to get out of this tree.  Of course, you...

    2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 14/08/2020

  3. ...long oneach side (20.3cm) and from less than a halfinch (1 cm ) thick up to 1 inch (2.54 cm ) in thickness. The densities range from 9 to 12 poundsper cubic foot .  The higher temperatures of reentry occurred toward...

    6 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 17/03/2020

  4. ...a density of 1 gm/ cm ^3, so our column needs to be 15000/49 cm tall 15000/49 => 306 cm => 3.06 meters So a depth of about 10 feet should do the trick.

    1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 23/12/2019

  5. There would be flow from the higher sea level side to the lower sea level side of the isthmus.  The head (elevation) differences involved are not huge ( cm scale not m scale) so the unit flow rate (travel distance per unit time) would be relatively...

    3 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 26/11/2019

  6. ...probably meant 5 feet 6 inches and not 5.6 feet . 5 feet 6 inches is 66 inches 2.54x66=167.64 cm That is rounded up to 168 cm so you are 168 cm tall.

    4 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 09/11/2019

  7. I would say size 8 is pretty average. I know someone that has size 5 feet and I don't think thats cute LOL its weird to see such tiny feet on an adult. 8 is a perfect in between size. 

    6 Answers · Beauty & Style · 04/11/2019

  8. ... too. Sometimes he got a bit too light on his feet and overzealous in the ring, but it almost goes back to the point I made with Hennigan. I can name maybe one...

    3 Answers · Sports · 17/09/2019

  9. One foot is 12 inches. One inch is 2.54 cm . We can use these two numbers to convert the length, width, and depth to centimeters. L = 25 ft * 12 in...

    4 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 02/09/2019

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