Q: How many inches in mill?

Write your answer...

Submit

Still have questions?

Continue Learning about Math & Arithmetic

Related questions

Simply put, absolute spread in a rolling mill is the difference in the width of the stock we put in and the width of the finished piece. For instance, if a bar goes in and is rolled to reduce its thickness and it is 4 inches wide when it goes in and is 10 inches wide when it comes out, the absolute spread of the rolling mill in this operation is 6 inches. (The maximum output width, 10 inches, minus the input width, 4 inches, equals the absolute spread, 6 inches.)

What's a "mill"? Do you mean millimeters? If so, 100 mm is about 4 inches; if you need a more accurate answer, there are 25.4 mm per inch and you can do the necessary division yourself.

4 millimeters is equal to 0.04 inches.... or 0.0131 feet.

1000

How many volts per mill to holiday test pipe tape rap

8

7

Colorado has 32 different streams named Mill Creek.

Sutter's Mill ? or Stutter Mill ?

100

no

70