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Answered 2008-10-09 17:10:24

the fathom was invented in 2008! yeahh!

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Who invented the fathom?

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How do you fathom in a sentence?

"I do not fathom what you are talking about." "The water is one fathom deep."

What is the Latin word meaning of 'fathom'?

The Latin word for fathom is to open

How can you use fathom in a sentence?

We needed to fathom the water

What is fathom equal to?

One fathom = six feet.

Fathom in a sentence?

I could not fathom the problem correctly.

How many feet are there in a fathom?

Six feet per fathom.

How many meters in a fathom?

1 fathom = 1.8288 meters

How many cubits in a fathom?

One fathom is about 3.66 cubits.

How many millimeters are in a fathom?

1 fathom = 1828.8 millimeters

When was Captain Fathom created?

Captain Fathom was created in 1965.

Fathom is the measurement of what?

Fathom is a unit of length used to measure depth of water, one fathom is equal to six feet.

What does a fathom messure?

A fathom measures depth of an object underwater. One fathom equals 6 feet, or about 1.8288 meters.

The number of millimeters in a fathom?

one fathom = 2yds [6ft] 1yd = 915 mm therefore 1 fathom=1830

How many feet in a fathom Six?

Yes. 1 fathom = 6 ft (= 2 yards).

How big is fathom?

A fathom is 1.8288 meters, or 6 feet (exact)

How many yards are in fathom?

1 fathom is equal to two yards.

How many meters in one fathom?

1 fathom = 1.8288 meters.

What is the latin root of fathom?

'Fathom' has no Latin root. It is a Germanic word.

How many feet are in one fathom?

Six feet per fathom.

How far is one fathom?

A fathom is a measurement equivalent to six foot.

How many feet are there in 1 fathom?

1 fathom = 6 feet

How many feet in1 fathom?

1 fathom = 6 feet

How many meter in one fathom?

1 fathom = 6ft = 1.8288m

What is a meter length of a fathom?

1 fathom = 1.83 metres (approx).

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