I would measure it with a ruler.
The length of a book is the bottom or top of it. To measure it, you have got to have a ruler. its 100000000000000000,00000000000000000,000000000 cm. JKJK! ITS 190,000,000 CM
I have a quick introduction to calculus book that is about 60 pages long. I have another calculus book that is nearly 600 pages long. Clearly the length of a math book may vary depending upon the depth of coverage and the subjects included.
The length of a math book can be defined in two ways: the physical length of the book or the number of pages contained in the book. In the first case, the length of the book would usually be considered the distance from the top edge to the bottom edge of the book and this would vary depending on the specific book you were considering. In the second case, you could open the book to the last page and examine the final page number and use that as the number of pages.
What does length mean in math
a math book is were u learn math
To use inches to measure a math book would make more sense, but feet does too, since a math book's length on the binding side is close to a foot. Inches makes the most sense though.
The answer will vary from one book to another, and even more depending on whether you mean length, width or thickness.
The math book was as heavy as a mountain.
Length* :) , The Modal Length Will Be The Length That There is The Most Of
Depends on the math book