Q: Where is 0.13m on a 15cm ruler?

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Depending on the size of it id say either a 15cm ruler or a 30cm ruler.

A normal ruler from England measures 30cm and 12inches, or 15cm and 5 inches depending on how big you want it.

15cm = 5.9 inches.

65.6 centimeters.

Following the symbols in the image: Assuming 15cm corresponds to a (the line adjacent to the angle), then you need to use the cosine formula cos(ø) = a/h cos(31º) = 15cm/h h*cos(31º) = (15cm/h) * h h*cos(31º) = 15cm * 1 h*cos(31º)/cos(31º) = 15cm/cos(31º) h*1 = 15cm/cos(31º) h = 16.398

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Depending on the size of it id say either a 15cm ruler or a 30cm ruler.

Depending on the size of it id say either a 15cm ruler or a 30cm ruler.

A normal ruler from England measures 30cm and 12inches, or 15cm and 5 inches depending on how big you want it.

If it measures a maximum of 30cm, which most rulers do it's 15cm.

Its as big as a 15cm ruler with maximum girth of a diameter of a mug. It can grow longer.

Depends on the length AND material of both. The generic comparison between a 15cm wooden pencil, with a 30cm plastic ruler: most likely the ruler weighs more.

Answer: 15CM Answer: They come in different sizes, actually. Sizes between 20 and 30 centimeters are fairly common.

If you look at the history of earth as a 15cm ruler dinosaurs are around 7cm and man is not even 1mm

If 15cm is the diameter then the radius is 7.5cm If the circumference is 15cm then the radius is 7.5/pi cm

15cm-58mm equals = -43

15cm = 5.9 inches.