A desk has a length, a width, and a height. Each of those three dimensions
can measure a different number of centimeters.
2 feet and 71/2 inches because if you meausure it with a yard stick ruler that's what you will get
Centimetres and millimetres. Though, in my younger days (pre-decimal) , it would have been in feet, inches, and parts of an inch!
The answer depends on what you are trying to measure: its height, its surface area, its load-bearing capacity, its mass, its weight or some other characteristic.
About 2, 2 1/2 feet long, and 1 1/2 wide.
depends on the desk size.
Lying on a desk: Potential energy Falling off a desk: Kinetic Energy
the key is denser than the water the water is denser than the desk
The force of your pencil or pen against the desk that your paper is on if you're writing something down. The force of your paper against the desk. The force of your book against the desk. In each case, the desk exerts the identical but opposite force against the object lying on it. If that were not true, the objects would deform the desk, or the desk would form a bump where the objects are lying on it.
Depends immensely on the desk lamp itself.
That depends how big the desk is.
well my school desk that i am at now isn't to big
"Next to the teacher's big desk" does not contain a verb.
It depends how big the desk is.
Because Lyndon Johnson was to big for the Resolute Desk, so he decided to use his own Desk, The Johnson Desk.
they get a big desk and housae
The adjective massive describes something as very large, massive, or solid. The adjective messy describes something as disorderly and/or dirty, demonstrating carelessness. A massive desk is a BIG desk. A messy desk is a DISORDERLY desk, perhaps even a DIRTY desk.
A compact computer desk with room for the computer, printer, and accesories is best. You want a desk that is not too big but has everything that you need for your computer.
big mama ms levi
roughly the size of an office desk
its by the bookshelf behing the big desk in the last library room..