Q: What is the r value of 2 inch thick pine?

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exactly 2 millimeters roughly 0.079 inch (rounded)

round toothpick: 3 inches long by 1/16 inch thick (more specifically, 2 5/8") flat toothpick: 3 inches long by 1/64 inch thick

3.000000000

1 foot is 12 inch12/(1/2)=12*2=24

first ,convert 30 feet to inch. The relation is given as : 1 feet=12 inch. So,6 inch =0.5 feet. 2 inch =1.66 feet. Now, volume of pipe = 3.14 X r X Xh. =3.14 X0.25 X0.25 X1.66 . =0.325 cubic feet.

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exactly 2 millimeters roughly 0.079 inch (rounded)

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