It will depend on the gem variety and shape. Just to throw out a wild number, they'd weigh about .25ct each, so 40 in your 10ct parcel.
No. 10mm is equal to 1 centimeter. So 25mm would be 2.5cm
2.5cm per 25mm
50mm is twice as big of 25mm
A cubic metre would make a 25mm thick cuboid covering an area of 40 square metres.
2.5*10-5 km in 25mm
Divide by 1000 to change millimeters to meters; 25mm = 0.025m.
25mm = 0.025 meters (you divide mm by 1,000 to convert to meters).
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There is no 25mm handgun. That is the size of an automatic cannon that is mounted on an armored vehicle.
25mm * 8 = 200 mm = 200/1000 metres = 0.2 metres.
Never saw a 25mm pistol magazine (proper name for a clip). That would be a bullet 1 inch wide. If you mean .25 caliber, no. Just as different cars use different spark plugs and oil filters, so different guns need different parts.
Perimeter = 20mmGiven: Area = 25mmAssuming that the figure is a square:side:= square root of area= square root of 25mm= 5mmPerimeter:= 4 * sides= 4 * 5mm= 20mm
1 Meter = 1000mm, Therefore 25mm is 25/1000's or 1/40th of a meter.
No. The inch measure is described as "nominal". It is likely to be 25mm * 25mm