YARDofSTUF

10-22-03, 12:24 PM

1500?

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YARDofSTUF

10-22-03, 12:24 PM

1500?

RoundEye

10-22-03, 12:27 PM

5280 feet.....and my new "backyard" is about 2900 feet deep. :eek:

:D

....I'm sure glad I don't have to cut the grass.

:D

....I'm sure glad I don't have to cut the grass.

Forgetful

10-22-03, 12:28 PM

5,280

§I€MFKR™

10-22-03, 12:29 PM

5,280 feet=1 mile statute

6,080.4 feet=1 mile nautical

63,360 inches=1 mile statute

72,963 inches=1 mile nautical

:)

6,080.4 feet=1 mile nautical

63,360 inches=1 mile statute

72,963 inches=1 mile nautical

:)

MadDoctor

10-22-03, 12:33 PM

196 lbs. flour make 1 barrel

200 lbs. beef or pork make 1 barrel

135 lbs. potatoes make 1 barrel

135 lbs. apples make 1 barrel

280 lbs. salt make 1 barrel

350 lbs. sugar make 1 barrel

100 lbs. nails make a keg

2150.42 Cubic Inches makes 1 bushel

231 Cubic Inches make 1 gallon

43,560 Square Feet make 1 acre

5280 Feet make 1 mile 128 Cubic Feet make a cord

1 gallon water about 8 1/3 lbs.

1 gallon milk about 8 3/5 lbs.

1 gallon kerosene about 6 1/2 lbs.

1 cubic foot of water about 62 1/2 pounds

1 - 3 inches equals 1 size in measuring boots and shoes

4 inches equals 1 hand in measuring horses

1 link equals 7.92 inches

1 rod equals 25 links, 16 1/2 feet

1 chain equals four rods, 66 feet

1 mile equals 80 chains, 5280 feet

200 lbs. beef or pork make 1 barrel

135 lbs. potatoes make 1 barrel

135 lbs. apples make 1 barrel

280 lbs. salt make 1 barrel

350 lbs. sugar make 1 barrel

100 lbs. nails make a keg

2150.42 Cubic Inches makes 1 bushel

231 Cubic Inches make 1 gallon

43,560 Square Feet make 1 acre

5280 Feet make 1 mile 128 Cubic Feet make a cord

1 gallon water about 8 1/3 lbs.

1 gallon milk about 8 3/5 lbs.

1 gallon kerosene about 6 1/2 lbs.

1 cubic foot of water about 62 1/2 pounds

1 - 3 inches equals 1 size in measuring boots and shoes

4 inches equals 1 hand in measuring horses

1 link equals 7.92 inches

1 rod equals 25 links, 16 1/2 feet

1 chain equals four rods, 66 feet

1 mile equals 80 chains, 5280 feet

SeedOfChaos

10-22-03, 12:43 PM

10 mm = 1 cm

100 cm = 1 m

1000 m = 1 km

gotta love the metric system... :D

oh, and at room temperature (20C) and normal pressure (1 bar):

1 l of water = 1 kg

1 l = 1000 cm^3 = 10 cm x 10 cm x 10 cm of water... :D

100 cm = 1 m

1000 m = 1 km

gotta love the metric system... :D

oh, and at room temperature (20C) and normal pressure (1 bar):

1 l of water = 1 kg

1 l = 1000 cm^3 = 10 cm x 10 cm x 10 cm of water... :D

YARDofSTUF

10-22-03, 01:05 PM

Originally posted by SeedOfChaos

10 mm = 1 cm

100 cm = 1 m

1000 m = 1 km

gotta love the metric system... :D

oh, and at room temperature (20C) and normal pressure (1 bar):

1 l of water = 1 kg

1 l = 1000 cm^3 = 10 cm x 10 cm x 10 cm of water... :D

i know, metric is soo much easier!

10 mm = 1 cm

100 cm = 1 m

1000 m = 1 km

gotta love the metric system... :D

oh, and at room temperature (20C) and normal pressure (1 bar):

1 l of water = 1 kg

1 l = 1000 cm^3 = 10 cm x 10 cm x 10 cm of water... :D

i know, metric is soo much easier!

fastchevy

10-22-03, 01:07 PM

<----- 8" :p :D

§I€MFKR™

10-22-03, 01:09 PM

Originally posted by fastchevy

<----- 8cm :p :D

Fixed:p

<----- 8cm :p :D

Fixed:p

fastchevy

10-22-03, 01:13 PM

Originally posted by PãradØxDêit¥™

Fixed:p

ROTF! I knew that was coming ;)

Fixed:p

ROTF! I knew that was coming ;)

Joint Chiefs of Staff

10-22-03, 02:19 PM

Originally posted by MadDoctor

196 lbs. flour make 1 barrel

200 lbs. beef or pork make 1 barrel

135 lbs. potatoes make 1 barrel

135 lbs. apples make 1 barrel

280 lbs. salt make 1 barrel

350 lbs. sugar make 1 barrel

100 lbs. nails make a keg

2150.42 Cubic Inches makes 1 bushel

231 Cubic Inches make 1 gallon

43,560 Square Feet make 1 acre

5280 Feet make 1 mile 128 Cubic Feet make a cord

1 gallon water about 8 1/3 lbs.

1 gallon milk about 8 3/5 lbs.

1 gallon kerosene about 6 1/2 lbs.

1 cubic foot of water about 62 1/2 pounds

1 - 3 inches equals 1 size in measuring boots and shoes

4 inches equals 1 hand in measuring horses

1 link equals 7.92 inches

1 rod equals 25 links, 16 1/2 feet

1 chain equals four rods, 66 feet

1 mile equals 80 chains, 5280 feet Aren't you just a Boy Scout now. :D

196 lbs. flour make 1 barrel

200 lbs. beef or pork make 1 barrel

135 lbs. potatoes make 1 barrel

135 lbs. apples make 1 barrel

280 lbs. salt make 1 barrel

350 lbs. sugar make 1 barrel

100 lbs. nails make a keg

2150.42 Cubic Inches makes 1 bushel

231 Cubic Inches make 1 gallon

43,560 Square Feet make 1 acre

5280 Feet make 1 mile 128 Cubic Feet make a cord

1 gallon water about 8 1/3 lbs.

1 gallon milk about 8 3/5 lbs.

1 gallon kerosene about 6 1/2 lbs.

1 cubic foot of water about 62 1/2 pounds

1 - 3 inches equals 1 size in measuring boots and shoes

4 inches equals 1 hand in measuring horses

1 link equals 7.92 inches

1 rod equals 25 links, 16 1/2 feet

1 chain equals four rods, 66 feet

1 mile equals 80 chains, 5280 feet Aren't you just a Boy Scout now. :D

mountainman

10-22-03, 02:55 PM

Originally posted by Joint Chiefs of Staff

Aren't you just a Boy Scout now. :D

No... you learn those things hanging around a farm that much.

:D

Aren't you just a Boy Scout now. :D

No... you learn those things hanging around a farm that much.

:D

Tawcan

10-22-03, 03:08 PM

You crazy Americans with your crazy units. :p

Jim

10-22-03, 03:17 PM

Originally posted by Tawcan

You crazy Americans with your crazy units. :p

Heh, you'll have to pry the imperial measurments, as silly as they can be at times, from our cold, dead hands. :p

You crazy Americans with your crazy units. :p

Heh, you'll have to pry the imperial measurments, as silly as they can be at times, from our cold, dead hands. :p

Tawcan

10-22-03, 03:41 PM

Originally posted by Jim

Heh, you'll have to pry the imperial measurments, as silly as they can be at times, from our cold, dead hands. :p

You should see Canadian stores... some stuff are marked using $/lb, some are $/kg... really confusing. :o

Heh, you'll have to pry the imperial measurments, as silly as they can be at times, from our cold, dead hands. :p

You should see Canadian stores... some stuff are marked using $/lb, some are $/kg... really confusing. :o

AceFireball

10-22-03, 04:03 PM

1500 something would b in yards

Grimson

10-22-03, 04:08 PM

1

Croc

10-22-03, 04:25 PM

Originally posted by AceFireball

1500 something would b in yards Metric rulz!! :nod:

5280 feet = 1 mile

3 feet = 1 yard

5280 divide x 3 = 1760

1760 yards = 1 mile

Croc.

1500 something would b in yards Metric rulz!! :nod:

5280 feet = 1 mile

3 feet = 1 yard

5280 divide x 3 = 1760

1760 yards = 1 mile

Croc.

Joint Chiefs of Staff

10-22-03, 04:26 PM

Originally posted by Tawcan

You should see Canadian stores... some stuff are marked using $/lb, some are $/kg... really confusing. :o Not if you live in both countries. :D

You should see Canadian stores... some stuff are marked using $/lb, some are $/kg... really confusing. :o Not if you live in both countries. :D

mountainman

10-22-03, 04:32 PM

Originally posted by Joint Chiefs of Staff

Not if you live in both countries. :D

I thought you lived in Wisconson.

:D

Not if you live in both countries. :D

I thought you lived in Wisconson.

:D

MadDoctor

10-22-03, 05:36 PM

He has a split personality. One for each.

Brk

10-22-03, 07:13 PM

The Enterprise-E is 2,231 feet long (680 meters).

Indy

10-22-03, 07:16 PM

12 inches = happy woman

;)

;)

YeOldeStonecat

10-22-03, 07:20 PM

Originally posted by mountainman

No... you learn those things hanging around a farm that much.

:D

When MadDoc is around the farm...I don't think he's exactly..."hanging", rather, he's "sportin'" ....wood! :D

No... you learn those things hanging around a farm that much.

:D

When MadDoc is around the farm...I don't think he's exactly..."hanging", rather, he's "sportin'" ....wood! :D

MadDoctor

10-22-03, 07:24 PM

Nice of you to notice!!!! :D

wana buy a picture?

wana buy a picture?

SGTMAJRET

10-22-03, 08:42 PM

Riiiight....what's a cubit?:D

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