Q: How do you calculate 90 linear inches?

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height + width + depth = linear Previous answer: 45 linear inches

90 X 144 (INCHES PER SQ FT) = 12,960 INCHES. 12,960 INCHES DIVIDED BY 12 (INCHES PER LINEAR FT) = 1080 LINEAR FEET

It is simply a length of 60 inches.

9 ft 3 in = 111 inches 7 ft 6 in = 90 inches 7 ft 2 in = 86 inches 111 + 90+ 86 = 287 / 12 inches in a foot = 23.916 linear feet

20 square feet.

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45 linear inches is simply a length of 45 inches.

height + width + depth = linear Previous answer: 45 linear inches

90 X 144 (INCHES PER SQ FT) = 12,960 INCHES. 12,960 INCHES DIVIDED BY 12 (INCHES PER LINEAR FT) = 1080 LINEAR FEET

It is simply a length of 60 inches.

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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).

Please clarify, based on what information you want to do the calculation.

9 ft 3 in = 111 inches 7 ft 6 in = 90 inches 7 ft 2 in = 86 inches 111 + 90+ 86 = 287 / 12 inches in a foot = 23.916 linear feet

20 square feet.

In the context of a piece of luggage you sum together its length, width and height - each of them measured in inches.

You add (in inches) the length, plus the width, plus the height of the object which together equals 62 LINEAR inches If it's a suitcase, for example, it COULD be 36 inches long, 16 inches wide, and then would be 10 inches high You can take any numbers that total 62 inches but doesn't exceed that for luggage guidelines. Linear inch is a fantasy word from the airliners. It means: X linear inches = length + width + depth (measured in inches). Inches are still inches.

Add up the three dimensions of your box, suitcase, etc. Height plus width plus depth should total 40. Examples include: 15 inches wide, 15 inches deep, 10 inches high = 40 linear inches Also 25 inches wide, 10 inches deep, 5 inches high = 40 linear inches