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whatever the offset is times it by 1.414 and this will give you your travel then just take off the centres of the 45's and you have your cut length....for instance if the offset is 12 inchs you multiply it by 1.414 you come up with 16.968..meaning 1 foot 4 inchs 15/16 just thought alittle clarity might help if the person was new in trade.

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1.414. x offset- Straight of 45's

If it's a ratio problem, then 45 is to 1.4142 as 60 is to x 45/1.4142 = 60/x 45x = 84.852 x = 1.8856 Otherwise, there isn't enough info to answer

Depends on the length of the sides ! The simple formula to calculate the area of a triangle is half the base times the height.

1.4142 will give you the travel piece C-C then you deduct for the fitting

The formula for "Take off" 45degrees elbow: 1.) For Metric: N.P.S. x 5/8 2.) For Imperial: N.P.S. x .625 Formula for travel of 45 degrees: Run x Cosecant 45degrees = Run x 1.4142 =

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If it's a ratio problem, then 45 is to 1.4142 as 60 is to x 45/1.4142 = 60/x 45x = 84.852 x = 1.8856 Otherwise, there isn't enough info to answer

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