Q: What is the height of a classroom ceiling in millimeters?

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A measuring tape or a laser distance measurer would be suitable tools to measure the height of a ceiling.

80 millimeters

there about 61 to 84 children in a classroom

Ceiling of Sant'Ignazio Church (Roma) by Andrea Pozzo, 1691-1694

5 through 6 computers average in 1 regular classroom and if in gifted or magnet 10 through 15 average in 1 classroom.

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There is no set standards

Meters works well, so do centimeters

13.7 millimeters

1 meter = 1,000 millimeters 2 meters = 2,000 millimeters 3 meters = 3,000 millimeters . . . 6,384 meters = 6,384,000 millimeters

Average ceiling height

Ceiling height varies, 8'3" and up

The Elmo is great for classroom use, especially mounted on the ceiling.

2m

Height = 1000/(pi*42) = 19.89436769 mm

1,676.4 millimeters.

The standard ceiling height is 8 feet.

The average height of a living room ceiling is 8' or 9'. People often add a tray in the ceiling to make the ceiling height in that area 1' higher. The average of course depends on the budget of the home. A more expensive luxurious house will obviously have higher ceilings.