Q: How do you find the height or thickness of something?

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The height of a penny is the thickness: 1.55 mm (millimeters)

It is Length.

By using measuring instruments.

Measure upwards from the ground to the top of what ever it is and at the top, mark where it stops then, voiala! You have the height of the thing.

Yes the thickness of something is just a distance.

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Volume= Length x Height x thickness = Mass ---------- Density So, Thickness = Mass ---------------------------------- Density x Length x Height

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The height of a penny is the thickness: 1.55 mm (millimeters)

Finished wall thickness X 20 = wall height

You find the displacement. -Angel Greenway.

It is Length.

By using measuring instruments.

Measure upwards from the ground to the top of what ever it is and at the top, mark where it stops then, voiala! You have the height of the thing.

A plane

It depends on the thickness and width of the footings and the thickness and height of the foundation walls.

Yes the thickness of something is just a distance.

To determine the height of a stack of 13 steel shims given a rectangular shape with a thickness of 1.27 cm, we need to calculate the total height by multiplying the thickness by the number of shims in the stack. Height of one shim = 1.27 cm Number of shims = 13 Total height = Height of one shim * Number of shims = 1.27 cm * 13 = 16.51 cm Therefore, the height of a stack of 13 steel shims, each with a rectangular shape of 1.27 cm thickness, is 16.51 cm.