2x4-56 2x4=8 8-56= -48)
2x4 does not equal 7, it equals 8. 2x4=8 is a correct statement.
What you do is you multiply the base by the height then you must half your answer. Eg: A triangle with a base of 2 cm and a height of 4cm, you would do 2x4=8 then half your answer to get 4cm squared.
a 2x4 truck has 4 wheels and uses 2 of them to drive (usually rear)
A 2x4 is actually 1 1/2" by 3 1/2".
a normal 2X4 weights between 8 to 10 pounds
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.
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.
the answer is 8;)
About 35 2x4 are required in order to build a 14x20 shed.
2x4's weigh approximately 1.21 pounds per foot. So an 8 Foot 2x4 = 9.68 pounds 12 Foot 2x4 = 14.52 pounds 14 Foot 2x4 = 16.94 pounds Just take 1.21 pounds times the length of the board and this will give it it's overall weight. This is for pine boards.
the answer is 0!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I was the one who made it an unanwser question?
A 2x4 is still 2x4- UNTIL it is run thru a planning machine. The planer removes about a quarter inch from each face, giving a DRESSED dimension of 1.5 x 3.5. However, undressed (means rough cut, unplaned) lumber is still 2x4.
Take the sum in stages.2x4 is 8.8-8 is 0.
17 2x4=8+(3x3)=17 3x3=9 9+8=17
3x squared - x squared = 2x squared
It's from his imaginary friend, Plank, who happens to be a 2x4 piece of wood
how many 2x4 studs for a 52 ft wall 16 and 24 inches on center
9x squared-15x squared = -6