Q: What has a foot on each end and one in the middle?

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Each yardstick measures 3 feet. Two yardsticks is 6 feet. One 12-inch ruler is one foot. Laid end to end, this makes 7 feet.

So each tile is 12" by 12" square, right? So each tile is ONE square foot? (a perfect square that's a foot long and a foot wide). Each tile is one square foot and you need to know how many add up to 400 square feet. I think the answer is the square root of Pi.

There are 12 inches in a foot and four quarters on each inch so there are 12*4=48 qurters of an inch in one foot.

Three - two in the middle and one at the end.

There are two - one at each end.

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An eight foot table can seat up to ten people but should be sat for eight if possible. Four on each side and if you have to, one on each end.

A horse typically has one toe (hoof) on each foot, with a single hoof for each of the four legs, totaling four hooves. Each hoof is equivalent to the middle toe, which has evolved to be the weight-bearing structure in horses.

No, one foot, is a length or whatever, and one square foot is a square where each side is one foot

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It is precisely a square of siding to which each edge measures one foot. Therefore, each side of the square of siding is one foot in length.

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4. Turkeys have three toes and one thumb. At the end of the toes there are sharp toe nails.

There are 14 phalanges on one hand (3 in each finger except thumb which has 2, and 2 in each thumb) and 14 phalanges on one foot (3 in each toe except big toe which has 2, and 2 in each big toe).

The exact best method depends on a lot of unstated factors, such as the length and strength of the string, and whether there are any tools to hand. Also, do the children want to break the string roughly in the middle, so as to have two roughly equal pieces, or does it not matter where the string breaks? Each pulling one end is unlikely to be the best method. One or both children might fall over backwards when the string breaks, or the weaker child might be drawn towards the stronger one. A better option would be for one child to stand on the middle of the string and press downwards, while the other holds one end of the string in each hand and pulls upwards. If that doesn't work, both children could stand with one foot on the middle of the string and both could pull the ends upwards simultaneously.

Horses typically have one toe on each foot. However, the hoof of a horse is made up of a single digit that is equivalent to the middle toe on each foot.