September, April, June and November, have 30 days. All other months have 31 days, except for February which has 28 days, and 29 in a leap year.
Leave the measurements in feet - 8 1/3 x 20 1/12 = 25/3 x 241/12 = 6025/36 = 167 13/36 sq ft, precisely. In decimal form that would be 167.36111111111...
If you're measuring for patterned carpeting remember to allow extra for matching the pattern!!
You would take the length x width to get the square footage (say, to measure for carpeting).
Your length would be 20.083 x 8.33 (approximately) for square footage of 100.65 square feet.
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1) Convert the measurements to inches only. 2) Multiply width x length 3) Divide by 144 to get feet.
You must begin by first converting your measurements all to feet. So first off, you already know you have 8 ft so you have to convert your 4inches to feet by dividing by 12. So 4/12 equals .3 feet. This gives you 8.3 feet wide. Next, you already know the 20 feet so you do the same as before. So 1/12 equals approximately 0.083. So you end up with 8.3feet x 20.083 and you get the answer 160.69 square feet.
"Once again I apologize since there is no "click here to answer" link available to me, so I feel like I'm highjacking a good answer. But my advice, in addition to the above, would be to simply round up to the nearest foot to get the square foot quantity, and then add an appropriate amount for waste depending upon the product and application."+++ CONFUSED+++ Imperial = Convert to inches (100 x 241 =24,100 ) divide by 144 ( sq ft ie 12" x 12" = 144) Answer = 167.36 sq ft Imperial to Metric Multiply the inches by 2.5 ( 250 x 602.5 cm's = 150625.00 ) now divide by 10000 (1mtr sq = 100cm x 100 cm) Answer = 15.06 sq mtr.
15.35 fluid ounces of water weigh one pound.
A fluid ounce of water weighs 1.0425 avoirdupois ounces (weight).
Or, 0.9592 av oz (weight) of water equals 1 fluid oz (volume).
1 pound (16 av oz) / 1.0425 av oz per fluid oz = 15.35 fluid oz.
1 pound (16 av oz) * .9592 fluid oz per av oz = 15.35 fluid oz. (rounded)
15.35 fluid oz * 1.0425 av oz per fluid oz = 16 (rounded) av oz (1 pound).
So... Techniccly 16 oz = 1 lb
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Interesting question, since sulfur will not dissolve or react with water. But if it did, one gallon of a 1/2% (by weight) solution of "sulfur water" would weigh 8.3817 pounds. (There would be about 2/3rds of an ounce of sulfur "dissolved" in the water.)