Q: How long is 9 tents of a inch?

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.1 is one tenth. Therefore, 16 tents would be 16x.1. Thus, .16 is not sixteen tents, but rather 16 hundredths.

It is: 9*4.5*3 = 121.5 cubic inches

25.4 mm = 1 inch 9 mm = 0.354 inch (rounded) That's a touch longer than 1/3 inch.

It is 9 inches wide.

9 inches x 9 inches = 81 one inch servings

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.1 is one tenth. Therefore, 16 tents would be 16x.1. Thus, .16 is not sixteen tents, but rather 16 hundredths.

It is: 9*4.5*3 = 121.5 cubic inches

I would assume a Y is 9 inches long because someone wrote it that big.

Yes, that's quite big.

25.4 mm = 1 inch 9 mm = 0.354 inch (rounded) That's a touch longer than 1/3 inch.

Two Tents - 2006 was released on: USA: 9 September 2006 (Fearless Filmmakers Screening Event)

It is 9 inches wide.

A board that is 7.5 feet long is 7.5 x 12 = 90 inches long. You can (mathematically) make 10 blocks 9 inches long from 90 inches of material, but only if the blade of your saw has a width (kerf) of zero. In the real world, you'll get 8 blocks and a good bit of change sawing 9 inch blocks off a 7.5 foot board. For a saw kerf of 0.125 inches (1/8th of an inch), You'll have lost 1 inch in your cuts, and you'll get 8 of the 9-inch pieces with your leftover piece being 8 inches long.

9 inches x 9 inches = 81 one inch servings

2 1/4 inch is 9/4 inch long pieces, so if pipe is 36 in long then 36/divided by 9/4 is 36 times 4/9 = 16 pieces

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