20 inches will be the 'diameter' so the 'radius' will be 10 inches.
It is: 9/16-9/20 = 9/80.
The Least Common Multiple (LCM) for 12 16 20 is 240.
Perimeter of [ 16 x 26 ] rectangle = 16 + 16 + 26 + 26 = 84-ft . Perimeter of a 20-ft square = 4 x 20 = 80-ft . The rectangle has the greater perimeter.
C=(Pi)d C=62.83 inches
No, as the pillow wouldn't fit in.
(55 cms) x (40 cms) x (20 cms) equals 2,685 cubic inches.
Conventionally, the longest side is the length. So 20 inches.
Unless you have expensive measuring tools, the best way to measure the thickness of one sheet of paper is to take a stack of the paper that is one inch thick and then count the number of pages in the inch of paper. Then by divide 1/(number of pages). For instance, if it was thick paper and it took 20 pages to equal an inch, one piece of that paper would be 1/20 of an inch in thickness.
While paper thickness varies by 'weight' and even brand, 20# bond regular copy paper will take about 250 sheets to be 1 inch thick.
The weight of a ream of paper depends on the kind of paper. A ream is 500 sheets. The weight for 500 sheets of 24 lb., 11 inch x 17 inch book paper would be 4.72 pounds. A ream of 20 lb. 8.5 inch by 11 inch letter-size paper weights 5.00 pounds.
20 lb. bond paper isn't 20 pounds of bond paper, but rather the basis weight, which measures the density of the paper based on how heavy 500 sheets of that paper is. A single sheet of this type of paper is, on average, 4/1000 of an inch thick.
Using good quality 24 pound paper, a one inch thick stack is about 215 sheets. Using the more common 20 pound paper - popular in schools - one inch is about 250 sheets.
No you can not but you can use a long shaft on a 16 inch transom