How do you turn cm in fit?
1 inch is about 2.54 cm and 1 foot is about 30 cm
It depends the size of the box's & the container. There is a calculator, where you can calculate the number of boxes that fit in a space. If you use the size of a container, that's 600 cm x 244 cm x 260 cm You can then insert your box size, the system will tell you how to place the box for a maximum quantity, to fit in the container.
Conical scoop with height 12 cm and radius 1.5 cm and a cylindrical storage bin with height 24 cm and radius 6 cm. How many scoops of sugar will fit into the storage bin?
1 gold bar is 6 cm long 2 cm high and 3 cm wide How many whole gold bars will you be able to fit in a vault with a volume of 500 cm 3?
The question is underspecified. You need know the dimensions of the vault to calculate how many rigid cuboids will fit. For example, the vault could be 0.1 cm wide, 0.1 cm high and 50,000 cm long - giving it a volume of 500 cubic cm. Yet not one single bar will fit into it because the vault is too narrow. The volume of a single cuboid is length * height * width = 6*2*3 =…
-- If the square's area is 64 sq cm, then each side is 8 cm long. -- The largest circle that can fit inside the square is one with its diameter equal to the length of the square's side. (Draw it and you'll see why.) Diameter = 2 x radius = 8 cm. Radius = 4 cm Area = pi R2 = pi (4)2 = 16 pi = 50.2655 sq cm. (rounded)