Q: How wide is a 1 x 10 board?

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the width would be 1 unit

lineal is the length board feet is 1ft wide X 1 ft long X 1 inch thick = 1 board foot

The diameter of a 10 cm wide circle is 10 cm. The diameter is just how wide it is. The radius is 1/2 X diameter. 1/2 X 10cm = 5 cm.

10 x 4 x 3 = 120ft3

Area = length x wide = x(3x + 1) = 30x(3x + 1) = 303x2 + x = 303x2 + x - 30 = 0(3x + 10)(x - 3) = 03x + 10 = 0 or x - 3 = 0x = -10/3 = -3 1/3 or x = 3

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the width would be 1 unit

A board 1 inch thick and 12 inches square is 1 board foot. Any combination of these measurements is 1 board foot. A board 2 inches thick, 6 inches wide and 12 inches long is 1 board foot. For instance, to calculate the board feet in a beam that measures 6" wide x 8" high x 10' long the formula is 6x8x10/12=40 bf . Likewise, a 2"wide x 10" high x 10' long piece of lumber is calculated 2x10x10/12=16.66 bf. So a 1x12x12 would calculate 1x12x12/12=12 bf. All board footage is calculated on rough dimensions, so even though a 2x10 S4S measures only 1 1/2"x 9 1/4" the board footage is calculated by multiplying 2 times 10 times the length divided by 12.

lineal is the length board feet is 1ft wide X 1 ft long X 1 inch thick = 1 board foot

The diameter of a 10 cm wide circle is 10 cm. The diameter is just how wide it is. The radius is 1/2 X diameter. 1/2 X 10cm = 5 cm.

That depends on how wide your board is. A six inch wide board will need 25 x 25 x 2 (1250) linear feet to cover the area. A three inch wide board will need 25 x 25 x 4 (2500) linear feet to cover the area.

According to F.W. Honerkamp Co. Inc., the aswer is as follows: The unit of measurement for hardwood lumber (bd.ft. or BF). A board foot is the amount of lumber in a board one foot long, one foot wide, and one inch thick before milling. The formula for determining the board feet in a board is: (Width in inchesx length in feet x thickness in inches) / 12 = BFFor example:a board 8" wide, 12' long and 1" thick would contain 8 board feet.(8" wide x 12' long x 1" thick) / 12= 8 board feet.

It would depend on the material the board is made from. 1 x 18 pine boards are used for wide shelves and can support a lot of weight, but will sag at lengths of 4 feet or more unless they are center braced.

10 x 4 x 3 = 120ft3

1 x 101 = 10 1 x 100 = 1 1 x 10-1 = 0.1 1 x 10-2 = 0.01 1 x 10-3 = 0.001 1 x 10-4 = 0.0001 1 x 10-5 = 0.00001 1 x 10-6 = 0.000001 1 x 10-7 = 0.0000001 1 x 10-8 = 0.00000001 1 x 10-9 = 0.000000001 1 x 10-10 = 0.0000000001

Area = length x wide = x(3x + 1) = 30x(3x + 1) = 303x2 + x = 303x2 + x - 30 = 0(3x + 10)(x - 3) = 03x + 10 = 0 or x - 3 = 0x = -10/3 = -3 1/3 or x = 3

Nope...it's 8x8