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Convert these English Measurements to metrics
1. Width 12ft. 4 in. by 11ft. 6in. 9ft. by 3in height

2. Width 12ft. 4 in. by 11ft. 6in. = 134 ft surface

3. Width 12ft. 4 in. X 9ft. by 3in height (multiply x 2)

widith 11ft. 6 in. by 9ft. by 3 in. height (multiply x2)

4. 4l8 ft 6 in. / 350


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Oct 07, 2011
Metric Unit Conversion
by: Staff

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Part II


b. Convert the width of 11ft. 6 in. to inches:

11ft. 6 in

= (11 ft) * (12 in/ft) + 6 in

= (11 * 12 in) * (ft/ft) + 6 in

= (11 * 12 in) * (1) + 6 in

= (11 * 12 in) + 6 in

= (132 in) + 6 in

= 132 in + 6 in

= 138 in

11ft. 6 in. = 138 in


b1. Convert 138 in to meters:

138 in

= (138 in) * (1 meter per every 39.37 inches)

= (138 in) * (1 meter / 39.37 inches)

= (138 * 1 meter) * (1/39.37) * (inches / inches)

= (138 * 1 meter) * (1/39.37) * (1)

= (138 * 1 meter) * (1/39.37)

= (138 / 39.37) * 1 meter

= (3.50521) * 1 meter

= 3.50521meters

138 in = 3.50521meters


c. Convert the height of 9 ft. 3 in. to inches:

9 ft. 3 in

= (9 ft) * (12 in/ft) + 3 in

= (9 * 12 in) * (ft/ft) + 3 in

= (9 * 12 in) * (1) + 3 in

= (9 * 12 in) + 3 in

= (108 in) + 3 in

= 108 in + 3 in

= 111 in

9 ft. 3 in = 111 in


c1. Convert 111 in to meters:

111 in

= (111 in) * (1 meter per every 39.37 inches)

= (111 in) * (1 meter / 39.37 inches)

= (111 * 1 meter) * (1/39.37) * (inches / inches)

= (111 * 1 meter) * (1/39.37) * (1)

= (111 * 1 meter) * (1/39.37)

= (111 / 39.37) * 1 meter

= (3.50521) * 1 meter

= 2.81941 meters

111 in = 2.81941 meters



d. Dimensions in meters for: length 12 ft. 4 in., by width 11ft. 6 in., by height 9ft. by 3 in

Metric Dimensions:

Length of 3.75921 meters, by width of 3.50521 meters, by height of 2.81941 meters



2. length of 12ft. 4 in. by width of 11ft. 6in. = 141.833 ft² surface

Length = 3.75921 meters

Width = 3.50521 meters

(3.75921 meters) * (3.50521 meters) = 13.1768 meters²

141.833 ft² surface = 13.1768 meters²



3. length 12ft. 4 in. x 9ft. by 3 in height (multiply x 2)

widith 11ft. 6 in. by 9ft. by 3 in. height (multiply x2)

Length = 3.75921 meters

Height = 2.81941 meters

(3.75921 meters) * (2.81941 meters) * 2 = 21.1975 meters²

Width = 3.50521 meters

(3.50521 meters) * (2.81941 meters) * 2 = 19.7652 meters²



4. 4l8 ft 6 in. / 350

4l8.5 ft / 350 = 1.19571 ft


Thanks for writing.

Staff
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Oct 07, 2011
Metric Unit Conversion
by: Staff


Part I

Question:

Convert these English Measurements to metrics

1. Width 12ft. 4 in. by 11ft. 6in. 9 ft. by 3in height

2. Width 12ft. 4 in. by 11ft. 6in. = 141.833 ft² surface

3. Width 12ft. 4 in. X 9ft. by 3in height (multiply x 2)

widith 11ft. 6 in. by 9ft. by 3 in. height (multiply x2)

4. 4l8 ft 6 in. / 350


Answer:

Convert these English Measurements to metrics

1. Width 12ft. 4 in. by 11ft. 6in. 9ft. by 3in height

1 meter = 39.37007874015748031496062992126 inches

Decimal rounded to the nearest hundredth: 1 meter = 39.37 inches

a. Convert the length of 12ft. 4 in. to inches:

12ft. 4 in. by 11ft. 6in

12ft. 4 in.

= (12 ft) * (12 in/ft) + 4 in

= (12 * 12 in) * (ft/ft) + 4 in

= (12 * 12 in) * (1) + 4 in

= (12 * 12 in) + 4 in

= (144 in) + 4 in

= 144 in + 4 in

= 148 in

12ft. 4 in. = 148 in

a1. Convert 148 in to meters:

148 in

= (148 in) * (1 meter per every 39.37 inches)

= (148 in) * (1 meter / 39.37 inches)

= (148 * 1 meter) * (1/39.37) * (inches / inches)

= (148 * 1 meter) * (1/39.37) * (1)

= (148 * 1 meter) * (1/39.37)

= (148 / 39.37) * 1 meter

= (3.75921) * 1 meter

= 3.75921 meters

148 in = 3.75921 meters
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