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Q: How many newtons in 15 ft. pounds?

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15 ft. = 180 inches.

Answer = 15 ft x 30 ft = 450 sq ft

1 ft = 12 inch60 inch = (60/12) = 5 ft(1500 pounds) x (5 ft) = 7,500 foot-pounds

14nM is about 10.33 ft-lbs.

(132 inches) x (1 ft / 12 inches) = 11 ft132 in-lb = 11 ft-lb

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