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About two and two-thirds gallons There are 2.649350448 gallons in 612 cubic inches
Given a diagonal of 7.125 inches, the square has the following measurements: Side lengths of 5.038 inchesPerimeter of 20.15 inchesVolume of 25.38 inches2
If each angle is 174, then it bends (180 - 174) 6 degrees every time, and to bend it around all the way through 360 degrees, would take 360/6, 60, times. So, your po…lygon has 60 sides.
No THIS IS SQUARED - 22 THIS IS CUBED- 23Squared means length times width, or X2. Cubed means length times width times height, or X3.
Pounds per square inch is a unit of pressure.
The question is incorrect.
When calculating area we multiply length and width ( in the instance of a square ). If we had an area 5 in long and 5 in wide the area is 25 in^2 because we also multiply the …unit. If we had a box 5 in long, 5 in wide and 5 in tall we would have a box with a volume of 125 in^3 ( cubic inches). Again we also multiply the units.
3.52 in. would mean 12.2 inches 3.5 in.2 would mean a square where each side is 3.5 inches long. Any shape with the same area as the square would have 3.5 in.2.
anything as long as its on the surface area
1 yard = 3 feet = 36 inches 612 x 36 = 22,032 inches
A small area.
Area of a circle in square inches = pi*radius 2 in inches
You use the Pythagorean Theorem, which says that the square of the hypotenuse of a right triangle is the sum of the squares of the other two sides. Two adjacent sides of a squ…are (or any rectangle) together with a diagonal form a right triangle. In the case of a square, the triangle is isosceles. Calling the length of a side of the square (17 inches) one unit, the theorem tells us that the hypotenuse is the square root of 2 units. Therefore the diagonal of the square is 17 times the square root of 2 inches, which is about 24 inches.
There is no such thing as a square whose length and width are different.
How do you find the outside dimension of a polygon expressed in linear inches from the area of the polygon expressed in square inches?
You cannot. There is no simple relationship between the area of a polygon and its dimensions. For example a rectangle with an area of 1 sq inch can have any length, L, of 1 o…r more inches, and a breadth of 1/L inches. There are infinitely many possible values for L and so infinitely many solutions. A question that is in the more general form which simply gives the area of a quadrilateral, rather that a rectangle, there are even more options.
As square inches are a measure of area, you can measure any area you like in square inches. However, depending upon the size of the area: square feet may be …more appropriate for the size of a room square yards may be more appropriate for a small piece of land acres may be more appropriate for a larger piece of land square miles may be more appropriate for a very large piece of land.