Q: What are examples of width?

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Width of A violin string

Multiply the length of the room by the width.

An old train engine is 45 feet in Length, 7 feet in width and reaches 15 feet in height.

Yes. They are the ATTRIBUTES of the projectile points.

length 14cm, width 2cm This is worked out by finding the following equations: perimeter = 16 x width length = width + 12 Then working out 16 x width = 2 x (width + 12) + 2 x width -> 14 x width = 2 x (width + 12) -> 14 x width = 2 x width + 24 -> 12 x width = 24 -> width = 2cm Since lendth = width + 12, length = 14cm

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Width of A violin string

Multiply the length of the room by the width.

An old train engine is 45 feet in Length, 7 feet in width and reaches 15 feet in height.

Two examples of 2D figures are a square and rectangle drawn on a paper. Both example figures have length and width.

.1 meter stick.baseball bat. a width of a door and a adults leg

Yes. They are the ATTRIBUTES of the projectile points.

8,000,000 cm = 80 kilometres = maybe an island? (there can be many examples).

A numeric constraint deals with distances and size. Width, length, and depth are examples of these.

Any 2 numbers that multiply together to make 1000. Examples would be: Length 20 feet, width 50 feet. Length 100 feet, width 10 feet. Length 1 foot, width 1000 feet. And so on.

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A two dimensional object has a length and a width. In comparison, a three dimensional object has a length, a width, and a height.A square and a circle are two examples of two dimensional objects. When you draw them on paper, you are only drawing them in two dimensions. They do not come out of the paper, as they have no height.If they did have height, they would be three dimensional and would respectively be called a cube and a cylinder.

Yes. Every three dimensional structure has three dimensions. Height, length and width are descriptors. In some cases other words may be used, depth, beam, broad, are examples. But there must be three to describe the object