Q: How big in imperial units is a disabled shower?

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The radius is the straight line distance from the centre of the circle to any point on the circumference of the circle. It can be measured in 'mm', or 'inches' or other units both metric and imperial .

541.5 square units.

12 square units.

The answer is 124.02 inches (approx.). Inches and centimeters are both units of linear measurement. Inches are used in the imperial system whereas centimeters are used in the metric system. To convert from cm to inches, multiply the cm unit by 0.393701.

It depends on the unit of measurement used: millimetres; centimetres; feet and inches, etc. 18 units x 9 units x 52 units = 8424 units cubed.

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A meter stick is marked in centimeters and meters, which are units of the metric system, while a yardstick is marked in inches and yards, which are units of the imperial system. The length of a meter stick is designed to be 1 meter to easily measure objects in metric units.

The radius is the straight line distance from the centre of the circle to any point on the circumference of the circle. It can be measured in 'mm', or 'inches' or other units both metric and imperial .

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A big shower--no. A small shower, yes...she still needs boy stuff!

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depends on how much you want, like i have 700 gallons.

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* It's an individuals choice and a second baby shower is acceptable. Afternoon baby showers are generally the most common.

It depends whether your shower is big enough and whether you wouldn't mind wrecking the bike (Not to mention your shower getting dirty!) But if you are able to overcome these problems then I don't see why not!