600 centimeters equals 6 meters
18 meters (length x height).
A cubic centimeter would be a volume one centimeter wide, one centimeter high, and one centimeter deep. Imagine it as a cube with dimensions 1 cm x 1 cm x 1 cm.
Impossible to answer without knowing the characteristics of the item dropped. A Super Ball bounces nearly as high as the drop height, a good quality steel spring a bit less, and a baseball much less.
The noun height uses the adjective "high."The adjective for the noun height is high. Example:The height of the dresser is fifty inches; it's a very high dresser.
The adjective for the noun height is high. Example:The height of the dresser is fifty inches; it's a very high dresser.
Mount Everest is 8,848m high
on average one meter high at the shoulder
1 square meter. 2 * 1 * .5 = 1
Meters obviously meters is a very good measuringtool and a flagpole is pretty high so you keep stacking itThe Answer Is Meters
its the volume of a cube with the length width and height all being 1cm its the volume of a cube with the length width and height all being 1cm
First, find the ratio of fencepost-height : shadow which is 1.6 : 2.6 . This can also be written as a fraction, 1.6/2.6 . Then, multiply the flagpole's shadow by this ratio: 31.2 x 1.6/2.6 = 19.2 The flagpole is 19.2m high. The trigonometry way: On the imaginary right angled triangle formed by the fencepost and its shadow, let the angle at which the hypotenuse meets the ground = θ sinθ = 1.6/2.6 sinθ = /31.2 x/31.2 = 1.6/2.6 2.6x = 31.2 * 1.6 = 49.92 x = 19.2 The flagpole is 19.2m high.
This is your math problem that you are supposed to solve! You are supposed to use the formula, the square of the hypotenuse is equal to the sums of the squares of the other two sides. What is your hypotenuse? It is the 32 meter long rope. Then the distance from the flagpole to the end of the rope is 12 meters. So if you take the 32 meter hypotenuse and square it. And then you can take the 12 and square it. Then you can subtract the length of the end of the rope out from the flag pole squared from the length of the rope or hypotenuse squared and have the length of the flagpole squared. Now do your math.
Best guess for Nemesis Inferno Height is 28.955999 Meter
running them right now with no training on the height of college i would say 15.1-15.7
The 1st grader is 100 times larger than the 1 meter high bug. :)
1m 0.64cm equates to a height of 3 feet 3.4 inches.