Q: How do you find the diameter of a circle inside a square of 16mm?

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16 mm!

16mm = 1,6 cm.

To find the surface area of a cylindrical ring or torus, you can use the formula A = 2πrh, where r is the average radius of the ring and h is the height or thickness of the ring. In this case, the average radius is (16mm + 10mm)/2 = 13mm and h can be any desired value. Therefore, the surface area of the cylindrical ring or torus is 2π(13mm)(h).

If its general purpose mild steel square bar then its 2.01 kg/m. So 12.06kgs all together.

It is: 16mm = 1.6cm

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surface area = (pai) x (DO 2 - DI 2)/4 = 3.14 (16 x 16 - 10 x 10)/4 = 3.14 x 156 mm = 489.84 square mm

I assume 28mm is the radius of the circle. The area of such a circle would be (pi) x (28 squared) square mm The area of the rectangle 16mm width and 35mm length would be 16 x 35 square mm. Now can you evaluate the two values and figure out which is greater. I'm sure you can. Try it. Good luck!

No, they are not the same size. CR2032 is 20mm in diameter while CR1632 is 16mm in diameter.

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