31 to 51 miles. It's a good rule of thumb to multiply by 5/8 to convert from km to miles.
199.558656 Km A good rule of thumb when converting miles to kilometers is to multiply the number of miles by 1.6. The formula to convert miles to km 124 mi* 1.609344 km 1 mi = 199.558656 km
981.49 kilometers A good rule of thumb when converting miles to kilometers is to multiply the number of miles by 1.6.
A good rule of thumb is 75,000 miles
"Rule of Thumb" means a rule or principle that provides guidance to appropriate behavior.
what does the phrase rule of thumb mean
An easy "rule of thumb" is that a nautical mile is 15% longer than a statute mile, so if you multiply statute miles by 1.15 you will have a close approximation.
The rule of thumb is not intended to be accurate or reliable for every given situation. When a person is doing something by the rule of thumb, they are taking an educated guess.
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Rule of thumb is every 60,000 miles
As a 'rule of thumb', 'i' comes before 'e' except after c.
There isn't a rule of thumb in APA format; there are too many rules.
Every 5,000 miles is a good rule of thumb.
It works out to 101.16 feet. In the field, we use the rule of thumb of 100 ft.
Perhaps you're thinking of the phrase, "rule of thumb".
i think a general rule of thumb on any standard transport is 60,000 miles
Yep - rule of thumb - if it is frozen it will take longer to cook.
There is no thumb rule for the order of the genes in genome! and I cant understand the second question.
In the early centuries it was acceptable for a man to hit his wife if she did something wrong. In order to rule the beating as non abusive, the husband had to use a stick that was no bigger than his thumb. That then gave way to the term, "rule of thumb."
there was a time when 1 inch was the 'rule of thumb' probably 25mm now
Rule of thumb: In Manhattan, 20 short blocks is around a mile. Your trip is close to three miles.
The general rule of thumb is that you should be able to see the tires of the car in front of you touching the pavement.
A good rule of thumb to follow is, "Follow your heart but take your brain with you." This allows you to reason out things critically.
A useful principle but not intended to be reliable in every situation. Meaning the situation applies to everything because long ago the rule of thumb meant 1 inch equals your top of your thumb, so thats the rule of thumb. Over the years it has taken a more figurative meaning.