How do you convert dia inch to 100ths calculation pipes?

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Answered: How to calculate inches?

Hi Angela, I believe you have the size (or distance) in c"m and you want to convert it to inches.... You simply devide by 2.54. Example: you have 50.8 c"m it make 50.8/2.54 = 20 inches (or 1 foot and 8 inches). Best regards,

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Suzy Asked: This proceedure is used to make way for a pipe ... This procedure is used to make way for a pipe where digger is not an option. Do you know what it is called ? Using high water pressure through a pipe to make way for another pipe that is taped to it underground. The procedure ...

Answered: 29cmx26cmx19cm Please convert to inches

2.5cm is approximately an inch. So 29/2.5=11.6 inches. 26/2.5=10.4 inches. And 19/2.5=7.6 inches.

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Answered: What is one half of 19.25 inches

Look at the question again OronD. 19.25 not 9.25
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Work out the cross sectional area of it and times it by the length, ie (presuming it is a circular pipe as shown) (?r2)*length. where r is the radius of the circle.