What does 1 degree equal in height per inch?
.017 PER DEGREE PER INCH. For example, an angle of 3 degrees for a length of 10.000 inches would be a height difference of .510.
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There are approximately .394 inches in one centimeter. That is a little more than 3/8 of an inch. There are exactly 2.54 centimeters in an inch.
You mean pressure. That is never per inch or per cm. It needs to be square inches or square centimeters.. 1 pound per square inch is 6894.757 newtons per square meter.. Pound per inch is a measure of fabric strength. Normally any fabric when subjected to a strength test, a specific widteh is t…aken (normally 2") the fabric of t" width would give way at a particular load and this is expressed as fabric strength. SInce fabrics are soft and compressible, their trhickness measurement is dicey. and length measurement has no controversy about it. Unlike metals, where strength is measured as lb/square inch, fabri strength is always expressed per unit length. ( Full Answer )
Start by taking the number in Fahrenheit and subtracting 32. Then divide the number by 9, and then multiply it by 5. This is how you convert Fahrenheit to Celsius or use the equation C = (F - 32) Ã 5/9 In this case, the answer is about -17.22 degrees Celsius.
Conversion formula: [Â°C] = ( [Â°F] â 32 ) * 5 / 9 = ( 1 - 32 ) * 5 / 9 = -17.22 Â°C
1ÂºC = 33.80ÂºF Use this equation to convert degrees Celsius/Centigrade (ÂºC) to degrees Fahrenheit (ÂºF): [Â°F] = [Â°C] Ã 1.8 + 32
36 inches.. 1 yard equals three feet, one foot equals 12 inches.. 1x3=3 feet. 3x12=12 inches
1 foot = 12 inches \n. 5 feet = 60 inches \n. 60 inches + 2 inches = 62 inches
For every 50 inches the slope changes 1 inch. so for 1 foot it would be just less than 1/4 inch. two foot just less than 1/2 inch. 3 foot just less than 3/4 of an inch. so on and so on
no about 25.4 mm Direct Conversion Formula . 30 mm . . 1 in 25.4 mm . = . 1.181102362 in.
Let's start at the beginning of the taper, where the opening is zero, and go out a foot until it opens to 3/4 inch.. We have a long skinny triangle. The line down the middle is 1 ft long, the line that closes off the open end is 1-1/2 inches.. The line down the middle divides the long skinny trian…gle into 2 back-to-back right triangles. Each one has a 12-inch leg and a 3/4-inch leg. The angle back at the pointy starting end of each triangle is half of the angle we're looking for.. That [half]-angle is tan -1 (.75/12) = tan -1 (0.0625) = 3.576 degrees (rounded). The whole angle is 7.153 degrees (rounded) ( Full Answer )
Sine = Opposite divided by Hypotenuse. Opposite is the side of the triangle opposite the angle (in this case the 90 o angle). Hypotenuse is the side opposite the right angle in a right angle triangle.. Therefore, Sine 90 = 1 because the opposite side and the hypotenuse are the same side, they are… both opposite the right angle. ( Full Answer )
One degree could be equal to any length depending on how far from the point of origin you are making a measurement. It is not normally a function of length. . One degree can be broken down into 60 minutes or 360 seconds.
You can not equate volumetric measurements with linear measurements. Assuming you mean how many cubic inches in a cubic meter... 1 (cubic meter) = 61 023.7441 cubic inches
12 inches = 1 foot. You now have all the information required to work out the answer to your question.
The cosine of an angle is equal to the length of the "adjacent" side divided by the length of the "hypotenuse" of a right triangle formed by a horizontal line (called the "adjacent side"), another line (the "hypotenuse") intersecting the first line at the specified angle, and a third line (called th…e "opposite" side) drawn perpendicular to the first line and intersecting the second line. Note that it does not matter how far away from the angle you draw this third line, because the trigonometric functions are all ratios, and they hold true not matter how large or small the actual lengths. Now, if the angle in question is zero degrees, then there is no difference between the first two lines (adjacent and hypotenuse). They are the same line. The distance between them, at all points, is zero. If you try to draw the third line, it will not be a line at all, but just a point, which lies on both the adjacent side and the hypotenuse. And at this point, the lengths of the adjacent side and the hypotenuse will be identical. Remember that the cosine is defined as the length of the adjacent side divided by the length of the hypotenuse. But these lengths are the same, so you're dividing a number by itself. And when you do that, the answer is always 1. ( Full Answer )
0.03937007874 in Direct Conversion Formula . 1 mm . . 1 in 25.4 mm . = . 0.03937007874 in.
Each inch is equal to 2.54 cm., so a cm. is equal to 1/2.54 inch.
To convert from degrees Celsius into degrees Fahrenheit, multiply the number by 9, divide by 5, and add 32. In this instance, 1 x 9 = 9 / 5 = 1.8 + 32 = 33.8. Therefore, 1 degree Celsius is equal to 33.8 degrees Fahrenheit.
No. On the Celsius scale, the degree intervals are 1.8 times as large, so that a Celsius "degree" and a Fahrenheit "degree" are not the same thing. (see related question)
A degree is a measure of temperature or angle. An inch is a measure of length. Without further information an answer to this question cannot be given.
degree is the unit of either temperature or angle. But feet is theunit of length. So no relation between these two
A good rule of thumb is to start with 100lbs for the first 5 feet for women or 105 for men and then add 4-6lbs per inch. I hope that was helpful!
One yard is 36 inches. Half a yard is 18 inches, -Add the two figures and you get a yard and a half - 54 inches
By unit of length and distance andconversion ,we can say that 1 feet =12 in 2 feet =24 in
Degrees are either a measurement of temperature (and there are several scales to choose from) or an angular measurement so they can not be converted to a linear measurement (centimeters).
1 degree Fahrenheit = - 17.22 degrees Celsius Use this equation to convert degrees Fahrenheit (ÂºF) to degrees Celsius/Centigrade (ÂºC): ( Âº F - 32) / 1.8 = Âº C
A temperature interval of 1 degree Fahrenheit is equal to an interval of 5 â 9 degrees Celsius.
No. They are different units. If you're saying on the clock, no. If one degree was one hour there would be 360 hours. 360/12=30, there fore it is 30 degrees on the clock If you are speaking of the rotation of the earth, 360/24 = 15 degrees each hour.
When you have two numbers separated by the word "by", this means that those numbers are the width and height.
In horsemanship, a hand is a measure of the horses height at the withers, and it is equal to 4 inches. A horse will be said to be "xx hands high".
The question cannot be answered simply. A degree is a measure of angular displacement whereas an inch is a measure of linear displacement. If the angular displacement (in degrees) were measured at a distance r inches from some fixed point (the centre of rotation), then the linear displacement wou…ld be pi*r/180 inches. ( Full Answer )
index of any digit is 0 then it is equal to one according to mathematics's rule. therefore a degree is equal to 1.
What is the volume of a rectangular if the length equals 1 yard width equals 8 inches and height equals 1foot?
1 yard = 3 feet 8 inches = 2 / 3 foot Volume = L x W x H = (3 x 2/3 x 1) = 2 cubic feet (Same as 3,456 cubic inches, or 14.961 gallons)
No 8 ft * 12 in per foot = 96 inches. Add the one back in that was ignored before to get 97 inches. 21 inches is less than 2 feet.
It depends on the context - academic qualification, measure of temperature (on which scale), measure of angle, measure of power (of polynomial) and possibly classification of murder/homicide or burns.
2.54 cm, algebraic steps below: . 1 in . . 2.54 cm 1 in . = . 2.54 cm.
If you are talking about centimeters it is 30 centimeters. If you're talking about inches it is 18 inches.
G is a measure of linear acceleration. For rotational motion it is necessary to multiply the degrees by the distance from the centre of rotation (radius of rotation).
No . 1cm is about 2/5 of an inch (0.4 inches): 1 cm X0.3937008 = 0.4"
Diameter is the word describing the width of a circular pipe, hose, or tube - there's no set size for it.
There are no feet in inches. It is impossible. However, there are 12 inches in a foot.
1 inch is not equal to 25.4. 25.4 is a pure number whereas 1 inch is a measure of length. By definition, 1 inch is equal to 25.4 millimetres, where a millimetre is another unit for measuring length.
If you convert the foot to inches, you'll be able to subtract quite easily. Note that 1 foot = 12 inches.
There can be no comparison. A defree is a measure of angulardisplacement whereas an inch is a measure of linear dispacement.The two measure different things and, according to the basic rulesof dimensional analysis, conversion from one to the other is notvalid.
1 meter 65 cm = 165 cm 1 inch = 2.54 cm 1 meter 65 cm = 165/2.54 inches = 64.961 inches.
"Rise per run" or something like that is the tangent function. Use your scientific calculator to calculate tan 30. Be sure to set your calculator to degrees first. Then - since you want the result in inches per foot - multiply this tangent by 12.
Searching on Google, the conversion states that 1 in. is approximately 25.4 mm, but the conversion factor is: . mm = in/0.039370 .
There can be no equivalence. An inch is a measure of length in 1-dimensional space while a dram is a measure of mass or of volume in 3-dimensional space. The two measure different things and, according to basic principles of dimensional analysis, any attempt at conversion from one to the other is …fundamentally flawed. ( Full Answer )
1 foot = 12 inches (5x12) + 4 = 60 + 4 = 64 inches
Construct a thermometer where the distance between 0 deg C and 100 deg C is 117 mm (or 11.7 cm).