Q: What is the length in centimeters of a rope that is 422 meters long?

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5 meters, or 500 centimeters, or about 5.47 yards, or 16.41 feet.

8 meters. :) WRONG! It's 6 meters. Fred's rope = 6 Susan's rope = 18 Allison's rope = 12 6 + 18 + 12 = 36

The length of the rope would be half the wavelength of the standing wave, so in this case, the rope would be 5 meters long. This is because the fundamental frequency of the standing wave has one full wavelength, which corresponds to half the length of the rope.

1 meter = 100 cm2.8 meters = 280 cm

The answer to this is 350cm. This is because 1 meter is 100 cm. So you must multiply 3.5 by 100 which gives you 350cm. Good luck! ;)

The world's longest rope is the Bandalasta-rope which is made from a fibrous material with a length of 8373 meters.

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This is your math problem that you are supposed to solve! You are supposed to use the formula, the square of the hypotenuse is equal to the sums of the squares of the other two sides. What is your hypotenuse? It is the 32 meter long rope. Then the distance from the flagpole to the end of the rope is 12 meters. So if you take the 32 meter hypotenuse and square it. And then you can take the 12 and square it. Then you can subtract the length of the end of the rope out from the flag pole squared from the length of the rope or hypotenuse squared and have the length of the flagpole squared. Now do your math.

The Valeo Speed Jump Rope is 10 feet long, but may be adjusted for length.

2.125 meters

1 yard.

Well, darling, if you cut that rope in half, you'll end up with two pieces that are each 2 meters and 3 centimeters long. Simple math, honey, nothing fancy about it. Just make sure you don't trip over those two pieces while strutting your stuff!