How many miles of dental floss are bought each year in North America?
More than 3 million miles of dental floss are bought each year in North America - an average of 18 yards per person.
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The continent of North America covers an area of approximately 9,450,000 square miles (24,490,000 square kilometers). .
It depend on your starting and ending points but it is 4,413 miles between Naples, Italy and New York City, New York, USA.
Approximately 3,733 miles.
Australia is about 9,463 miles, or about 15,230 kilometers, fromNorth America. The flight from the United States to Australia willtake about 19 hours and 26 minutes. Time diff…erences vary dependingon the part of Australia you are visiting, but the center of theUnited States is about 14 hours and 45 minutes behind the center ofAustralia.
Dental floss is a string kind of thing (hard to explain) which you put in between your teeth and go up and down, as a result any plaque between the teeth will be removed. WA…RNING: Do not swallow the dental floss.
9,450,000 square miles (24,490,000 square kilometers).
There are 8,576 miles from Africa to North America. Traveling byair, the estimated flight duration would be 17 hours.
2005-12,351,871 2006-14,543,967 2007-23,102,879 2008,24,331,253 2009-Jan-November 15- 26,874,879 The Increase is from dogs not being neutered, therefore they make m…ore babies, and most of these dogs don't have homes, so that's why you should neuter your pets.
There are about 1,000,000+ dogs bought
Dental floss is an ancient invention. Researchers have found dental floss and toothpick grooves in the teeth of prehistoric humans. Levi Spear Parmly (1790-1859), a New Orlean…s dentist is credited as being the inventor of modern dental floss (or maybe the term re-inventor would be more accurate). Parmly promoted flossing with a piece of silk thread in 1815.
In North America
a thin shoelace, A shoelace would only work if you happen to be Goofy! You can pull a thread off your clothing/scarf if you're desperate, Yeah, you might destroy your sweater …but hey- it's worth it if you can get that strand of celery out of your throbbing molars.
This is not a strict science question so there is no exact number, but it is a lot, also there are many disabled, but we shouldn't discriminate them.
In North America