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    Volume to m @ a set depth

    Please can you help me to convert 1.05m in m @ a 10mm depth, and show me the workings out. Thanking you in advance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by benny1979rat View Post
    Please can you help me to convert 1.05m in m @ a 10mm depth, and show me the workings out. Thanking you in advance.
    Please try to word your questions more clearly.

    A will assume you have sheet material $\displaystyle 10$ mm thick with a volume of $\displaystyle 1.05$ cubic metres.

    $\displaystyle 10$ mm is $\displaystyle 0.01$ m, let the area be $\displaystyle A$, then:

    $\displaystyle A \times 0.01=1.05$

    $\displaystyle A=105 $ square metres.

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