2x4-56 2x4=8 8-56= -48)
23x8x11 front 25x12x9 rear
the square root of fluffiness
I think you mean this as an answer, not a question. An expression does not have an equals sign (e.g 2x4). An equation does have an equals sign (e.g 2x4=8).
2x4 does not equal 7, it equals 8. 2x4=8 is a correct statement.
You can do a "cheapy" alignment by laying a 2x4 up against each front tire and using a tape measure outside to outside at the front of each board and the rear. The front distance should be about 1/16th to 1/32 of an inch shorter than the rear measurement. The 2x4's should be about the same length as the height of the tire.
Use a small. 2x4 of piece of wood with welding vise grips
the answer is 0!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I was the one who made it an unanwser question?
The starter is located over the front cross member. Remove front bottom plastic pan (approx. 2x4 ft.) behind the front bumper.
The final answer is 112.
ighten the lock nut at the center of the hub.
If you mean '2x4' as in 2 times 4- 2x4= 8 3x3= 9 4x2= 8 8-9-8=-19 if you want to divide by x -b/c x doesn't have a set amount- it would be: -19/x
if you mean 2n=8, then N=4, which translate to 2x4=8
Can be eight or eleven feet long. In actuality, it can be as long as you want. 2x4 refers to the width and height dimensions of the plank, not the length. So I could cut a 2x4 to 2 inches long and it would be a 2 inch long 2x4.
the answer is 8;)
A 2x4 is actually 1 1/2" by 3 1/2".
a normal 2X4 weights between 8 to 10 pounds
a 2x4 truck has 4 wheels and uses 2 of them to drive (usually rear)
Take the sum in stages.2x4 is 8.8-8 is 0.
I would not waste my time, because that's not an inequality.
It is an accepted way so that each person who works the question out gets the same answer provided they are correct. For example, 2x4+7 could mean (2x4=8)+7=15, or it could mean 2x(4+7=11)=22 Basically, to avoid confusion.
A 2X4 would be a stud, not a board. Weight depends on the length and species, if it is pressure treated or not. 8ft. hem-fir 2X4 is about 8 pounds or so.