Q: What does a 3 mm look like in size?

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3 mm.

7 mm is about a quarter inch and 3 mm about an eighth of an inch.

About 2/3 the size of a right angle

I'm wondering what the original, or book, question actually asks, but in this case, a it is a circle larger in radius, diameter and circumference by the ratio 4:3; and in area by the ratio 16:9.

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About 3 centimeters (1.18 inches) in diameter... Radius 15mm Circumference of 9.42 cm, or 94.2 mm

9 millimeters

46.5 millimeters is 1.83 inches.

An 8 mm mass is roughly one third of an inch. If you look at a ruler, this will give you a good idea of the size of such a mass. There are 2.54 cm or 25.4 mm in one inch. Therefore, 8 mm is just shy of 1/3 inch.

3 mm.

it is about the size of a kidney bean , so a 2 mm kidney stone is rather large to us but not the a dr. they will not remove them untill they are about 6 mm in size and or obstructing your urine.

2.25 mm is 3/32 inch

Sand particles typically range in size from 0.0625 mm to 2 mm, silt particles range from 0.002 mm to 0.0625 mm, and clay particles are smaller than 0.002 mm in size.

30 mm is virtually identical to 1-3/16.

What is the size of a 4MM kidney stone? Comparable to a BB or a Pea? 0.157 inches to 3 decimal places, or practically 5/32 inch, so smaller than a pea.

7 mm is about a quarter inch and 3 mm about an eighth of an inch.

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