Q: How many square inches in a 6 inch pipe?

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50 sq. in. I am very certain.... * * * * * You may be certain but you are wrong! A pipe, with a diameter of 5 inches has an area of 19.63 square inches - substantially less than 50.

5,600 cubic inches.

201.1 cubic inches for every inch long the piece of pipe is.

You multiply the radius of the circle 0.5 (radius of a 1 inch pipe) by 3.14(pi) by the height of the pipe 12 inches which gives you 18.84ozs.

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50 sq. in. I am very certain.... * * * * * You may be certain but you are wrong! A pipe, with a diameter of 5 inches has an area of 19.63 square inches - substantially less than 50.

5,600 cubic inches.

1) pi x 36 square inches = area of a cross section of a 12 inch (round) pipe (the radius is 6 inches). 2) There are 144 square inches in a square foot (1 ft x 1 ft = 12 in. x 12 in. = 144 square inches) So, the area of a cross section of a 12 inch pipe is (pi x 36)/144 = pi/4 square feet.

201.1 cubic inches for every inch long the piece of pipe is.

you cannot have 12 inches of a 6 inch pie silly!!!(think about it)

The circumference of 12-inch pipe is: 37.7 inches. (C = d x Pi)Since 12 inch pipe is a nominal size and its outside diameter is 12.75 inches, the circumference of 12 inch pipe actually is : 40.035 inches

To find the volume of a pipe, you can use the formula for the volume of a cylinder: V = πr^2h, where r is the radius and h is the height of the cylinder. For a 2-inch diameter pipe, the radius is 1 inch. Thus, the volume of 12 inches of 2-inch pipe would be π * 1^2 * 12 = 12π cubic inches.

The cross-sectional area of a pipe can be calculated using the formula for the area of a circle, A = πr^2, where r is the radius of the pipe. Since the diameter of the pipe is given as 4 inches, the radius would be half of the diameter, so r = 2 inches. Plugging this value into the formula, we get A = π(2)^2 = 4π square inches. Therefore, the cross-sectional area of the 4-inch pipe is 4π square inches.

You multiply the radius of the circle 0.5 (radius of a 1 inch pipe) by 3.14(pi) by the height of the pipe 12 inches which gives you 18.84ozs.

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Three 0.50 inch diameter pipes will fit into one 1.50 inch diameter pipe (hypothetically). The 0.50 inch diameters stack on top of each other until you have 1.50 inches!