Best Answer

That would depend more on the material that the chequered plate is made from.

For example, normal mild steel would be about 7650kg per cubic meter. i.e. a specific density of 7.65.

I would think what you're looking for is the mass per square meter which is approximately 65.25kg/m2 for a steel plate.

Study guides

☆☆

Q: What is the density of 8 mm chequered plate 1m?

Write your answer...

Submit

Still have questions?

Continue Learning about Math & Arithmetic

6mm chequered ms plate per square meter weight

4mm chequered plate unit weight

1m = 1000mm 2.54mm x 1m/1000mm = 0.00254m

1 mm = 0.00 1m so, 26 mm = 0.026 mm

1 meter is because a millimeter is .1 of a meter

Related questions

4mm chequered plate unit weight

chequered plate 5 mm thickness weight is 45.4 kg

6mm chequered ms plate per square meter weight

4mm chequered plate unit weight

kg/sq. m

Mr. Jayvel know all these things

I dont know. Why are you asking me?

1m = 1000 mm 1 m3 = 1m x 1m x 1m = 1000 mm x 1000 mm x 1000 mm = 1,000,000,000 mm3

The answer depends on the material of the plate and the density of that material.

1000mm

There is 1000mm in 1m. In 1m is broken down into 100cm and these cm are broken down into mm. For every 1cm there is 10mm. So to work out how many mm in 1m we multiply; 100 (the cm) x 10 (the mm) = 1000mm There is 1000mm in 1m. In 1m is broken down into 100cm and these cm are broken down into mm. For every 1cm there is 10mm. So to work out how many mm in 1m we multiply; 100 (the cm) x 10 (the mm) = 1000mm

200

People also asked