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# What is the current density of a 50mm x 10mm copper bus bar?

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If 1cm equals 10mm, then 50mm has to be equal to 5cm. Every 1cm is equal to 10mm. If it was 10cm then it would be equal to 100mm. Does that explain it? :)

Assumed as a single copper busbar and not considering the length: @ 30&deg;C = 1403 Amps. @ 35&deg;C = 1355 Amps. @ 40&deg;C = 1306 Amps. @ 45&deg;C = 1255 Amps.

1cm = 10mm, so 5cm = 5 x 10mm = 50mm

Umm... You add the sides Example if there was a triangle with sides 10mm, 50mm, 90mm you add them 10mm+50mm+90mm therefore it equals 150mm

the answer is 6 cm because 1 cm=10mm and 6 times 10 is 60 which is higher than 50

Canon makes the best 50mm camera lens, known as the EF 50mm f/1.8mk2, 50mm f/1.4 USM and 50mm f/1.2L lenses

There are 10mm in a cm, 2.54cm in an inch and 12 inches in a foot. Therefore we can calculate this by:(100 * 12 * 2.54 * 10) / 50 = 609.6

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50mm drivers could be loudspeakers. (Tweeters)

Between 50mm and 6cm, the later would have the greater length. That is because 50mm is only equal to 5cm.

50mm converts to 0.05m (multiply millimeters by 0.001)

There are 0.01 metres in a centimetre. Therefore 6m /0.01 is 600cm. There are 10mm in a cm. Therefore 50mm is 50/10, i.e. 5cm. 600+5cm is 605cm.