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56/1000

508, 056 millionths = 508, 056/1000000 = 0.508056

zero point zero five six fifty-six thousandths

7/125

22 + .056

.459 is bigger than .056

stihl 056 mag II are 93.4 cc 6.8 hp

You can solve this using the .1, 1% method. One percent of any number is the number itself with the decimal moved two places to the left. Point one percent of any number is the number itself with the decimal moved three places to the left.Therefore 1% of 56 is .56Therefore .1% of 56 is .056Simple add together or multiply and add.Add - .56 + .56 = 1.12 + .56 = 1.68 + .56= 2.24 + .56 = 2.80 + .56 = 3.36 + .56 = 3.92. Therefore 7% is 3.92Add - .056 + .056 = .112 + .056 = .168 + .056 = .224 + .056 = .280 + .056 = .336 + .056 = .392 + .056 = .448. Therefore .8% is .448Add - 3.92 + .448 = 4.368orMultiply - (.56 * 7) + (.056 * 8)Add = 3.92 + .448 = 4.368.Therefore, 7.8% of 56 is 4.368.

That has no singular answer since there were the regular model, the Super and the Magnum. The stroke remained the same on all three at 38mm. The list is: 056 AVE 52mm x 38mm 056 AVSE 54mm x 38mm 056 AVSEQ 54mm x 38mm 056 Magnum AVE 56mm x 38mm 056 Magnum AVEQ 56mm x 38mm AV = anti-vibration or shock mounted E = electronic ignition S = Super Q = Quickstop or chainbrake

The 056 was made from the late 1970's to the mid 1980's.

The 056 was the original, the Super had a piston that was 2mm larger in diameter and an slight carburetor change. The Magnum had the same piston as the Super, but had a carburetor and ignition change, The one you did not ask about was the Magnum II (of which only 70 some were made) had a major carb change, a muffler change and an ignition change. It could be further modified in the muffler.

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It is: 84

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Quebec is 1 542 056 square kilometer.

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i am sure it comes on 056

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7 x 8 = 56

6 or 0.06 hundredths

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