Q: What is the area of a conductor with a diameter of 100 mils?

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5000.Area of a square = 0.5*(diameter)^2

For a circle with a diameter of 100 cm, the area is ≈ 9,503.32 cm2

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Area = pi*502 square cm

(100 pi) square inches is.

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Cross-sectional_area = area of circle with diameter 100 mils. 1 mil = 1/1000 in. radius = ½ × diameter area_circle = π × radius² = π × (½ × diameter)² = π × (½ × 100 × 1/1000 in)² ≈ 0.00785 in²

100 microns = 3.93700787 mils

I do not know about a circle with an area of 100 nmm3.A circle with an area of 100 mm2 has a diameter of 11.28 mm.

5000.Area of a square = 0.5*(diameter)^2

For a circle with a diameter of 100 cm, the area is ≈ 9,503.32 cm2

Approximate overall diameter of the wire is 12.8 mm. If you are looking for metric wire size 95 mm2. 187500 circular mils.

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There are 1000 mils in a liter (since 1 liter is equal to 1000 milliliters). Therefore, the ratio of 100 mils to a liter is 100:1000, which simplifies to 1:10.

Area = pi*502 square cm

(100 pi) square inches is.

there are 1000ml in a litre, therefore 100,000 ml in 100 litres.

The formula A = (pi) r2 lets you find the radius, which is half of the diameter. Divide the area by pi, then take the square root of that value, which is the radius. Then multiply by 2 to get the diameter. -- Example: Area = 100 A = (pi) r2 100 = (3.1416) r2 r2 is 100/3.1416 or about 31.83, and the square root is 5.64 r = 5.64 and D = 11.28