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16mm = 1,6 cm.

If its general purpose mild steel square bar then its 2.01 kg/m. So 12.06kgs all together.

To find the surface area of a cylindrical ring or torus, you can use the formula A = 2πrh, where r is the average radius of the ring and h is the height or thickness of the ring. In this case, the average radius is (16mm + 10mm)/2 = 13mm and h can be any desired value. Therefore, the surface area of the cylindrical ring or torus is 2π(13mm)(h).

If the circle inscribes the square, the diameter equals the square's side length. In this case, 16mm.

1.6 cm

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10mm= 1 cm 16 mm- ? cm answer 16mm = 16/10 = 1.6 cm

1cm = 10mm, so 1.6cm would be 16mm.

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1cm = 10mm. 1.6cm = 16mm.

1.6cm 10mm = 1cm 16mm = 1.6cm

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1.6cm. every mm is .1 cm so 10mm is 1 cm(for future reference)

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"16 mm" probably refers to the diameter. The mass of a steel bar depends not only on its diameter, but also on its length.

No. 7 - 7/8" (22mm) on top No. 5 - 5/8" (16mm) midway on the head No. 3 - 3/8" (10mm) at the bottom

8mm dia : 0.395 kg/m 10mm dia : 0.617 kg/m 12mm dia : 0.888 kg/m 16mm dia : 1.579 kg/m 20mm dia : 2.467 kg/m 25mm dia : 3.855 kg/m These are standard unit weights based on the density of steel @ 7850 kg/m3