Of course the comforters will vary a little bit from manufacturer to manufacturer and style to style in how much extra material you get. If you assumed that the comforter was the exact same size as the matress, however, a queen would be 60"x80" and the king would be 76"x80". Although sizes vary from manufacturer to manufacturer, a good rule of thumb is 86"x94" (8084 sq in) for queen and 110"x96" (10560 sq in) for king. In area, that is a difference of roughly 25%.
25% x 80 = 0.25 x 80 = 20
That would besqrt[ (x80 - x0)2 + (y80 - y0)2 ) at an angle of tan-1 (y80 - y0) / (x80 - x0)or(x80 - x0) i + (y80 - y0) j
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2080 cu ft
39"x80", as opposed to a regular twin, which is 39"x75".
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20x2.. 5x8.. 80/2.. 10+10+10+10.. 200/5.. (1/2)x80
The Cal King is 72"x84" and the Eastern King is 76"x80" - so it's all in the size.
The door only (not including threshold, jamb brick mold or casing is 80" tall and the width varies. 36" (3' 0") is required for handicap and also makes it easier to move large objects in and out. . 32" (2' 8") is also common
It depends on how high and the flatness of pad and size of 'bricks' -Mine is that size and has about 300, 9x16 concrete breezeblocks in groups of 12.
Because depending on which biblical scripture you believe, Salome was either: Jesus's aunt OR Jesus's sister. I know because Salome was my great great great (x80) grandmother.