1 cm = 10 mm so 740 cm = 7400 mm. Simple!
In circulated condition its value is determined by the fact that dimes were made of 90% silver up till 1964.
Circulated values, as of 04/2010:
Very worn condition - $1.55
Moderately worn - $1.58
Slightly worn - $1.59
Almost no wear - $1.60
If the coin is uncirculated, look on the back to see if there's a small mint mark letter next to the base of the torch. It may be blank or there may be a D or S. Numismedia lists the following approximate retail values:
No mint mark (Philadelphia): $1.73 to $1340.00 depending on quality
"D" mint mark (Denver): $1.73 to $1130.00
"S" mint mark (San Francisco): $3.45 to $1380.00
If you park your truck under trees it could well be sap hitting your truck (did it to my car). Just follow the instructions from the former poster to get this off. Marcy Sounds like bee guts (or other large insect) after it hits your truck while you are going at high speeds. A wax applied to your hood and bonnet (and elsewhere) would make it easier to remove.
Tons per kilonewtonOne Newton equals 0.000112 tons (short, US). So, 1000 Newtons (a kilonewton) is 0.112 tons.
Another stab at itActually, a newton (N) is an SI (International System) measure of force...specifically, it is the force that produces an acceleration of 1 meter per second per second when exerted on a mass of 1 kilogram. Since weight is the downward force exerted on matter as a result of gravity, a kN of force can be equated to weight...hence, the response above.
It is better to spell metric ton as 'tonne' to avoid confusion.
A 'tonne' is pronounced 'metric ton'; it is not written that way. A tonne contains 9.80665 kilonewtons
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