No. the ratio of length to width must remain the same. In the original, the ratio is 4/3, but in the second, the ratio is 3/2, so it doesn't work.
there are 30.5 or so (just less) centimeters in one foot. that does not include square footage, or anything other than a thin line.1. Only going straight (one Way)2. Without an opposite or diverse direction.IE: if you ride a bicycle for 1 foot, you have traveled just short of 30.5 centimeters.
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146.1 centimeters is equal to 4.793307 feet. To find a measurement conversion, go to ask.com and type in "centimeters to feet" (without quotation marks) or whatever you want to convert. A box will show up for you to type the exact number in that you want converted.
No, because there are no lines of latitude or longitude on a picture map. It would be hard to figure out where a city actually is without them.
None. A square centimetre is a measure of area, with dimensions [L2]. An inch is a measure of distance, with dimensions [L]. The two measure different things and basic dimensional analysis teaches that you cannot convert between measures with different dimensions such as these without additional information.
Fit to screen.
Yes totally. I play in a band and have the exact same amp and it works great!
They can not print this picture without permission.
The tallest horse living right now is Radar,he is 202 centimeters without shoes!
Generally speaking, no.
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Because the Earth is round and a map is flat you can't show all the countries on a map without making some distortion, usually in their size. By using a globe, which is also round, all of the earth's countries and oceans etc can be shown without distorting their size or location.
No. However, if they are on your property without permission when they take the picture, that could be considered trespassing.