9.61 square centimetres.
A centimetre is smaller than an inch - one inch is the same as 2.54 cm. When converting from inches to centimetres it will require more centimetres to cover the same distance, thus the number of centimetres will be greater than the number of inches.
Square centimetres and square metres are measures of area in 2-dimensional space: they cannot be used to measure the length of a book cover which is a 1-dimensional measure.
It will cover an area of: 7.5 times 4.9 = 36.75 square centimeters
Dikes ; tubular in shape and may be only a few centimeters wide. Batholith ; large plutons that cover an area of an area of atleast 100 km squared when they are exposed on earths surface.
12 x 9 = 108 square centimeters
Well, it takes 100 centimeters to cover the same distance that you can cover with just 1 meter.
Convert inches to feet6 inches = 1/2 feetso it is a 16 x 0.5 foot board. Thus, the area of a board is16*0.5 = 8 feet squared.The number of 8 feet squared boards needed to cover 800 squared feet is800 squared feet/8 squared feet = 100
5 litres will cover approximatly 64m squared with emulsion paint.
80 inches squared to just cover it
It would cover 144 square centimeters.
Well, one 12 ft * 12 ft paver will cover 144 sq feet so one will be enough. On the other hand, if they were 12 centimetres by 12 centimetres then you would need 133781 pavers.
That depends on the width of the tape, and exactly what you're going to doto the cube with it.If you want to cover the cube with the tape, and the tape is ' W ' cm wide,then you need ( 512/W ) cm of tape to cover it completely.
It depends on the units used for 17x17: inches, centimetres?
No they can't. Two 8 times 8 recipes will cover 128 unit squared of space and one 9 times 13 pan will only cover 117 unit squared of space.
200 cm x 75 cm = 15,000 cm squared (10 cm) squared = 100 cm squared 15,000 divided by 100 = 150 tiles Get extra for breakage.
8 * 5 = 40 of them
Yes. If you own it you could cover it or place it out of sight so it won't get stolen.Yes. If you own it you could cover it or place it out of sight so it won't get stolen.Yes. If you own it you could cover it or place it out of sight so it won't get stolen.Yes. If you own it you could cover it or place it out of sight so it won't get stolen.
It is the surface area of the solid.
Area = pi*1.15 squared = 4.155 square cm rounded to 3 dp
why you shouldn't judge a book by its cover is because there could be more to the book then there is to the cover.