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Q: What are the actual measurements of 4x2 timber?

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precise but unreliable.

Solid timber is what you'd expect it to be - actual wood. When people say 'solid timber' they want to let you know that the piece of furniture is not made from veneered particle board/mdf etc which may look like solid timber to the untrained eye.

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The name for the ratio of a diagram measurement to actual measurements is the scale.

The difference between normal flow rate and actual flow rates is the temperature and pressure at which measurements can be made. Actual flow rate measurements are made at the current temperature and pressure of the process while normal flow rate measurements are made at 101.325 kPa pressure and 0 degrees Celsius.

It is a representation of the actual measurements for a real object on a paper.

4x2 + 5x + 1 - 4x2 - 6x = - x + 1 or 1 - x4x2 + 5x + 1 - 4x2 - 6x = - x + 1 or 1 - x4x2 + 5x + 1 - 4x2 - 6x = - x + 1 or 1 - x4x2 + 5x + 1 - 4x2 - 6x = - x + 1 or 1 - x

Precision is how close your measurements are. Accuracy is how close your measurements are to the actual measurement.

4x2-81

12x * 4x2 = 48x3

1 1/2" by 7 1/4".

4x2 + x2 = 8 + x2

sqrt(4x2) = Â± 2x

The GCF is 4x2.

There is some variance in the actual measurements for dish towels. However, a good size for making your own is 17" x 32".

Then they have precision but not accuracy.

1.647 meters

Most likely 50 mm by 100 mm.

1 1/2 x 3 1/2".

1x8 2x4 4x2 4x2

4x2 - 2x = 0

2003 4x2 Gator

4x2=12