4 + 4 = 8
current women's world is4:12.56
Four miles is 6,437.376 meters.
4/11 is in its simplest form.
No because 4/10 in its simplest form is 2/5
It is 0.3 cubic metres.
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Percentages mean of a hundred. So what percentage of 8 is 4 means, if 8 equals 100 what does 4 equal. To convert 8 to 100 you have to multiply it by whatever 100 divided by 8 is. 100 divided by 8 is 12.5. So if 8 is multiplied by 12.5 to get 100, the percentage that 4 is of 8 is 4 multiplied by 12.5. 4 multiplied by 12.5 equals 50. 4 is 50 percent of 8
1:2 for1 is cement with hardener & 2 is 6mm stone chips Cement hardener is4:1 here 4 is cement & 1 is Hardener
Distance from Ukraine to Qatar is: 2067 Miles( 3326.5 Kilometers / 1795 Nautical Miles )Approximate flight duration time from Kiev, Ukraine to Doha, Qatar is4 hrs, 17 mins
Let x = the number of goats (4 legs) 4x = the number of chickens (2 legs) So we have 4*x + 2*4x = 144 4x + 8x = 144 12x = 144 x = 144/12 = 12 (goats and 48 chickens) or Let's suppose that each of them have 6 legs, so there would be 24 chickens and goats (144/6), and we can say there are 12 chickens and 12 goats. But the number of chickens is 4 times the number of goats, so there are 48 chickens (4*12) and 12 goats.
Assuming that the available oxygen is in the diatomic molecule form common in the natural atmosphere, the equation is4 Na + O2 -> 2 Na2O.
6.437376 KmThe formula to convert miles to km is4 mi*1.609344 km1 mi=6.437376 km4 miles is about 6.4 kilometers.Answer: 4 mi. = 6.43737 kmThe formula to arrive at the answer is:4 mi*1.609344 km1 mi=6.437376 km
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Yes. E=cB = zH = czD. The two constants that relate electricity and magnetism are c the speed of light and z the "free space impedance and "Quantum" Constant, z=W/C = h/C2 = 375 Ohms. W is 500 atto Webers and C is4/3 atto Coulombs.
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If you are 13 years old and you are doing an 90% mile you should get about 7:40. That was my time and I was the third person in the class but the first girl. I am 13 and i ran it in 6:05. Between 6 and 7 minutes is pretty good at the middle school level. ARE YOU KIDDING ME!? IF A GIRL IN GRADE 8 CAN RUN THE 1200 IN 8 MINUTES SHE SHOULD BE CONGRATULATED . YEAH IF SHE IS MORBEDLT OBEASE 1200 in 8 minutes isn't really that good.. that's actually really bad. i got a 6:39 for a mile and that is the 14th best for 26 7th grade girls of my city last year. the best was 6:11. i am 2nd best in my gym class of 30 girls. (but my gym class is kind of slow and unmotivated) um i can run a mile in 4.40 i was told it was too slow I'm 13 to whoever wrote the comment before this one with the 4.40 mile, that is not true at all... the world record for women is4:12.56..... im 13 and run a 6.45 mile, and im only top 5 on my team so whoever had the first answer must think girls suck or are all morbidly obese cuz if ur in even suckish shape you shud be able to run it in 8 minutes easy im 13 and i ran it in 7 min and i was the best girl in my class though my gym class sort of slow Elite girls 5:05 - 5:25, Regional competitors 5:26 - 5:45, Above Average 5:46 - 6:15, Average 6:16 - 7:00. The mile is a power run and at this age girls with a heavy background in soccer and or running get to the top levels. The average is about 9 minutes or 8.5 min. Im 13 and my average is a 6:3o I'm 13 and this is probaly my 6th mile and I got 8:09 that's pretty good at mile school, but i don't know...
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