Q: Calculate linear dimension in inches

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It is simply a length of 90 inches.

It is simply a length of 60 inches.

7 The dimension you provide is not a squared dimension but a linear dimension. There are no squared dimensions in a linear dimension. There are 7 linear yards in 21 linear feet, but no squared yards.

The two cannot be compared, since they work in a differing number of dimension.

It would appear that the question is about the number of linear inches in a volume. If so, the question has no meaning. 11*12*29 is a volume with dimensions [L3] whereas linear inches are a measure of distance with dimension [L]. Basic dimensional analysis teaches that you cannot convert one to the other.

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The linear dimension 62 inches is equal to the metric linear dimension 1.5748 meters

45 linear inches is simply a length of 45 inches.

It is simply a length of 90 inches.

Because it is simply a linear measurement it has one dimension. Therefore it has no width or height.

It is simply a length of 60 inches.

None. You cannot convert linear measurement in to an area measurement without another dimension.

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7 The dimension you provide is not a squared dimension but a linear dimension. There are no squared dimensions in a linear dimension. There are 7 linear yards in 21 linear feet, but no squared yards.

If you know the height, you can calculate that. Linear inch is a fantasy word from the airliners. It means: X linear inches = length + width + depth (measured in inches).

The two cannot be compared, since they work in a differing number of dimension.

The dimension is [L].

The linear dimension of 62 inches is the equivalent to 5 feet 2 inches. Weight cannot be determined from this question, because different substances have different masses and densities.