decimal inches to fraction inches
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- square in
- sq inches, sq inch, sq in
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- inches^2, inch^2, in^2
- inchesÂ², inchÂ², inÂ²
Equivalence with other units of area
1 square inch (assuming an international inch) is equal to: (the overbars indicate repeating decimals)
- square feet (1 square foot is equal to 144 square inches)
- square yards (1 square yard is equal to 1,296 square inches)
- square centimetres (1 square centimetre is equal to square inches)
- square metres (1 square metre is equal to square inches)
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Answers:If we work with fraction and decimals at the same time we always are in trouble so lets get a common denominator that is useful..... there are 1.6 sixteenths in a tenth of an inch in an inch there are small increments of 1/16Th inch each one is equal to .0625 " in its decimal equivalent. so 1.8 inches is 1 whole inch and .8/.0625=12.8..16Th's now we both know that .8... 16Th's is a rather hard unit to calculate but in our decimal world lets go one more step 1/32=.03125 1/64=.015625 1/128 =.0078125=102.4 128Th's =102/128=51/64=about 13/16 wiTh a rounded remainder whew!!!!! Well we are right back were we started....at 12.8 16ths so in a decimal world .8 and 1/16th is a pretty weird conversion right... now lets look at metric because both use 10 as the root.. 2.54 cm =1 in so 1.8" =2.54 * 1.8=4.572cm this is a lot easier for me anyway...but in building things like furniture or guitar necks or some other object were creativity is involved the fractional mis-calculation you might have at the 1/128thinch level is not worth your time. Most Luthiers use a template and forms that are only good to 1/32 " and worry about the "feel & fit " more than the actual measurement.... in 8tenths of an inch there are 12.8 sixteenths use 12.5 and you have 25/32 use 13/16 and sand it down to fit...Your choice ....Well there you go from the E.....
Answers:1 inch = 25,4 mm is not only the "commonly used" conversion, it is the EXACT conversion. Also important is the tolerances on the parts you are making. If the blueprints specify +/- 0,001 inch tolerances, and you use +/- 0,1 mm, the parts are not going to fit. As for the pre-1959 inch, I would be surprised if your application cares about the difference between 25,4 mm and 25,400 051 mm. As I am sure you know, the U.S. convention is to use the period to separate the whole and decimal parts of the numbers. European convention is the use the comma.
Answers:That is exact, actually.
Answers:25.4 exactly. your 195/60 r15 is 7.68" wide, with a 24.21"diameter. thats theoretically what it is, but the actual tire could vary greatly.