You cut it, stretch and measure the length. I think you then have to divide by 3.14
60 in and 20 in
The answer depends on whether you start off with a open ended object like a strip of paper of a length of fabric, or a closed object like a loop of paper or a doughnut. The answer also depends on whether you can stack pieces that you have already cut for the next cut. For an open ended object and no stacking, you will need 342 cuts.
560 ÷ 10 = 56 strips
2.5 metres is 2500mm therefore the answer is 50 - all without the aid of a calculator.
Stack a few slices of bread on top of each other and cut into strips. Then cut across the strips to get cubes.
Beef that is cut into strips and dried / cured is often referred to as beef jerky.
134 cubes left.
50 strips, provided this is a hypothetical question and the blade you're hypothetically using has no width. Otherwise, you will have to deduct the blade width for each cut.
old fabric, maybe old pillow case cut into strips.
another word for cut a little?
1. Gather papyrus reeds 2. cut off the outside bark 3. cut the reed into strips 4. soak the strips in water 5. criss cross two layers of strips 6. pound the wet strips into paper