If the cut is parallel to the long dimension, then each piece is 40 inches long, but its width is
1/2 of the original board's width.
If the cut is parallel to the short dimension, then the width is preserved, and each piece is 20 inches long.
If the cut is parallel to to the flat, then each piece is 40 inches long and has the original width,
but is only 1/2 the thickness of the original board.
19.6 / 4 = 4.9 inches per piece.
72 inches (18 inches * 4)
lol i had this for home work .. yeah so if each piece was 18. and their if four piece's I guess you multiply 18*4=62... right! okayyy well
24 times 24. duhhh
8 feet 6 inches = 102 inches. If the three pieces cut are equal in length then each would be (102/3) = 34 inches long (not accounting for material wasted in the cutting process).
Roughly 72 inches. The cuts take up space.
This will depend on how long you would like each piece to be. If each piece is to be 1 inch long, then 115 pieces could be cut. If each piece is 2 inches long, then 57 pieces with 0.5 inches left over If each pieces is 5 inches long, then 23 pieces and so on and so forth.
first piece is 18 inces second is 22 inches third is 24 inches
A piece of pipe is 303/4 inches long. If five pieces, each 41/3 inches long, are cut from the pipe, how many inches of pipe remain?
Each piece of string is :1/7 x 20 = 2 6/7 or 2.857 inches (3dp)
19 5/8 inches
In the context of a piece of luggage you sum together its length, width and height - each of them measured in inches.