Q: What comes first width or height when measuring a picture?

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They can come in any order.

Either doesn't really matter.

I think it is the stones.

Measuring cups. Our first measuring instruments would have been our hands, then large leaves, empty plant and animal shells - gourds, seed husks, turtle shells, skulls, and so on.

Solve for the radius first, then use the formula for the volume of a cylinder (volume = base x height = pi x radius2 x height).Solve for the radius first, then use the formula for the volume of a cylinder (volume = base x height = pi x radius2 x height).Solve for the radius first, then use the formula for the volume of a cylinder (volume = base x height = pi x radius2 x height).Solve for the radius first, then use the formula for the volume of a cylinder (volume = base x height = pi x radius2 x height).

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it is lxwxh (width x hight)

They can come in any order.

You can do it whichever way is more convenient for you. The answer is the same either way.

width always comes first

length

Length comes first in measure quadrilaterals.

Width by height.A standard sheet of typing or copy paper is 8-1/2" by 11"....eight and one half inches wide and eleven inches high. A sheet of legal paper is 8-1/2" by 14".The world standard of DIN A 4 paper is:Width = 21.0 centimeters by height = 29.7 centimeters.

First, you must know the length, the width and the height. Then you multiply all of them and you get the capacity.

Either doesn't really matter.

In the 6th Century B.C "Thales" was first introduced the shadow by measuring the height of the pyramid at Giza.

First you need the specification for this height. Then take a tape measure and a flat floor and measure from the floor to the specified point on the car.

The colors and the picture need to come into focus where as the sound is already in clear pitch.