Because the officials have to call a fair game. They have to know whether the offense gained at least 10 yards. The officials don't want to give the team a first down unless it gained EXACTLY 10 yards or more.
360 inches are required for a first down
10 yards is a first down.
The USA still measures in inches. Scroll down to related links and look at "Comparing Inches and Centimeters".
It is a special measure that people use to measure horses. It is four inches and you measure the horse or pony from their withers (where the mane starts on the horse's back) down to their feet.
first u try to catch the eyeball going up and down the arms with your iron boots on, and of course, zora armor. after that,slice the eyeball. if you slice it about 10 times, morpheel will come out of the graund and knok down the caulums. clawshot onto his back, and slice. do this until he dies.
beleve it or not you look at evrey thing upsidedown!!!
Get a little butter knife and slice it down the middle :D No really I dont know, I will tell you cuz I have to dissect an eyeball in Biology!!
First break down the number of feet in 1 yard.then break down that into 12 inches 12 12 12 _ 36
Ideally, you sift the flour first. Never pat it down. ---- the recipe doesn't say to sift it first it says sift later. also when i measure it i shouldn't pat it down to make sue its good or should i just leave it like that ?
if any part of the football is over the chains then the answer is first down
A hand is a unit of measurement that is typically used with horses. A hand is equivalent to four inches. To measure the height of a horse, measure from the top of the withers (high point where the mane starts on the back) down to their legs.
Close the action. Insert a wooden dowel all the way down the barrel. Mark the point where it leaves the barrel. Withdraw the dowel, measure from end to mark. Rifles must be at least 16 inches, shotgun must be at least 18 inches.
114 centimeters are 44.8818897638 inches. Forget "linear". All inches are a linear measure of length. Scroll down to related links and look at "Inches - feet - yards - millimeters - centimeters - meters". Linear inch is a fantasy word from the airliners. It means: X linear inches = length + width + depth (measured in inches). Inches are still inches.
First, fill it up with water and write down the number it is at. Then drop the item that you wish to measure with. And subtract the two numbers that you get.
Comparing the volume of different boxes is as simple as comparing the volume measure of the boxes. A first step would be to measure the dimensions of all the boxes. The investigator would want to insure that all the boxes under consideration have their volumes set down in the same units. If cubic inches is desired, measure each boxes' length, width and height in inches. Then calculate volumes in inches3 (cubic inches) to insure "fair" comparison. Lastly, simply list or arrange them from largest to smallest or the other way around.Just mutiply lenghhxwidthxheight
Converting inches to square feet is a basic formula that uses simple division and multiplication. If you can convert feet to square feet, you can convert inches to square feet. There's just one extra step. For illustration purposes, the following instructions will assume you are measuring a room.Step 1Measure the length of the room and write down the number of inches.Step 2Convert the inches to feet by dividing the inches by 12. For example, if the length of the room is 168 inches, divide 168 by 12 and the answer is 14. That means that the length of the room is 14 feet.Step 3Next, measure the width of the room and write down the number of inches.Step 4Again, convert the inches to feet by dividing the inches by 12. For example, if the width of the room is 120 inches, divide 120 by 12 and the answer is 10. That means the width of the room is 10 feet.Step 5To determine the square footage, multiply the length and width of the room in feet. In this case, it would be 14 feet x 10 feet = 140 square feet.* * * * *All of the above is utter nonsense. You cannot convert inches to sqaure feet because the first is a measure of length in 1-dimensional space whereas the second is a measure of are in 2-dimensional space. The two measure different things and, according to the basic rules of dimensional analysis, conversion from one to the other is not valid.
Most of the eyeballs I have seen are threaded into PVC pipe. The easiest way to make sure it fits is to unscrew it and take it down to the local hardware store and see which sixe PVC fitting it screws into easily.
On any forth down possession when there is less than 12 inches to gain the 1st down.
Inferior rectus, makes the eye look down. Controlled by the oculomotor nerve. Superior oblique, makes the eye roll, looks down and laterally. Controlled by the trochlear nerve.
Knit your sample swatch, usually a little over four inches by four inches. Lay your gauge ruler on top of your fabric. There's an "L" shaped cut-out in the ruler. Usually it is two inches by two inches. Count the number of stitches you can see across, and then up and down. Divide each number by two (if the gauge ruler is two inches) to find the gauge of your knitting. It is more accurate to measure across four inches instead of two. You can use a regular ruler or tape measure to do this. Then divide the number of stitches in four inches by the number four to get the number of stitches per inch.
They vary depending on the size an age of the mattresses. There are 2 sizes of king beds, standard king beds are 78 by 80 inches, California king beds are 72 by 84 inches (a little shorter but longer). Older king mattresses are lower, newer ones are higher and can add as much as 16 inches in width and 8 inches in length). The best way to make sure you get the size you want is to measure the top of the bed width, then measure down the side for the width you want off the floor, (double this measurement. Measure for length similarly.
sure it wont count...and is a 5 yard penalty
You have to get a first down. When you get a first down, it moves the chains and it is first down. When you have a first down and the are no penalties, it is a first and ten.
7 inches across and 5 inches down
Because it doesn't. There are technical reasons why that I'll go into below, but ultimately it comes down to that. Lumber shrinks as it dries, so a board originally cut to two inches by four inches when green will actually be slightly smaller once it is dried and ready for use. Also, the boards are planed to smooth them, which shrinks them slightly further compared to the rough-cut green timber. Ultimately, the sizes of lumber were standardized, and a 2x4 now officially has a measure when dry of 1.5 inches by 3.5 inches, since that's a good approximation of what a board rough cut to two inches by four inches will dry and plane into.