You can use the online prediction height calculator to predict the adult height.
It is 48.75 mm (1.92 inches) for US nickel 5-cent coins. US nickels are 1.95 mm thick. For Canadian nickels, the height is 44 mm (1.73 inches). Canadian nickels are only 1.76 mm thick.
Nickels, dimes are only slightly smaller in height than nickels.
At the moment there is no way to predict the future, but you can guess your future height by looking at your parents' height.
At 13, there's no way to predict what your adult height will be.
US nickels are 1.95 mm thick. A stack of 6 would be 6*1.95 = 11.7 mm high.
You can predict your future height by using a height calculator on calculator.net/height-calculator.html
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The prediction is useful because it explains what observation will be made if a hypothesis is true
If your a girl add your father's height to yours and subtract five from your sum. If your a boy add your mother's height to yours and subtract five from your sum.
The most accurate way to predict your height is to ask your doctor. They usually, through precise tests, can get a pretty accurate measurement of how tall you will be. There are several online web child height predictors. Search using the phrase CHILD HEIGHT PREDICTOR with your favorite search engine, such as Yahoo, Google, etc.
There are 13 stacked nickels in an inch, 12 inches in a foot and the Empire State building is 1250 feet high to the 102nd floor so 195,000 nickels would be needed.
It is not possible to predict the height that you will eventually reach.
Each nickel is approximatley .076 inches tall. Stacking them, it would take at least 711 nickels to reach 54 inches.
yes, times there height when there five years old by 1.2. so like 4.3 times 1.2.
1 and 1/2 (6/4)
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It depends on what you mean by height - are the coins stacked or arranged side by side? If they're side by side, the dimension is 6*21.21 mm = 127.26 mm If they're stacked, the dimension is 6*1.95 mm = 11.70 mm
check babycentre website.They have growth prediction once you enter the height of your son,yours and husband's.http://www.babycenter.com/child-height-predictor
It is not really possible to predict height. You could be the same height or you can be over 6 feet.
There is no way to "predict" how tall you will be unfortunately. It's one of the surprises of growing up!
Well, I guess the answer depends on which direction you are measuring as height on the nickel. According the the United States Treasury, nickels are supposed to have a diameter of 21.21mm and a thickness of 1.95mm. They are also supposed to be 5.000g in weight.