Q: Can you draw me a line 16 mm long?

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It would be 15.7cm long!

the answer is 9.1 because there are 10 mm in a centimeter

52 mm is 52 mm long. If you would like it converted to another unit of length, please specify.

The circumference of a circle that is 16 mm in diameter is 50.27 mm

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With a straight edge measuring instrument.

160 mm = 16 cm

It would be 15.7cm long!

16-20 mm on average, plus 8-10 mm for the 'tail'

0.6299212598 in Direct Conversion Formula 16 mm* 1 in 25.4 mm = 0.6299212598 in

Standard crayons typically measure 3-5/8" long × 5/16" in diameter (80 mm × 8 mm). Large CRAYOLA crayons may measure 4" long × 7/16" diameter (100 mm × 11 mm).

Take out a ruler with English and metric units. Draw one inch on a piece of paper with a pen. Now turn to the other side of the ruler and read how long your line is. It should be around 2.5 cm. If you were able to refine your measurement (say with a vernier caliper) you would see that your line would be 2.54 cm (or 25.4 mm).

the answer is 9.1 because there are 10 mm in a centimeter

52 mm is 52 mm long. If you would like it converted to another unit of length, please specify.

A line that is 124 mm long is 12.4 cm long.

150 mm