How do I calculate linear inches?

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Calculating linear inches is one of the simplest types of calculations. The size of an item in linear inches is the sum of the length plus the width plus the height.
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1. Verify that your suitcase is a "box" with six flat surfaces that meet at right angles. When a suitcase has rounded corners, measure to where the corners would be if they
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You add (in inches) the length, plus the width, plus the height of the object which together equals 62 LINEAR inches. if it's a suitcase, for example, it COULD be 36 inches long,
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1. Divide your project into different categories of materials. All construction projects (and the vast majority of home improvement projects) involve assembling separate raw materials
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A measure of length cannot be converted into a measure of area.
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How to Calculate Linear Inches
Linear inches is a term invented by the airline industry to measure baggage. The size of an item in linear inches is the sum of the length plus the width plus the height of the item. A 20-by-20-by-5-inch suitcase, a 1-by-11-by-4-inch painting and a... More »
Difficulty: Moderately Easy
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Linear inches is if you measure using a ruler or a tape measure with inches in a line in one direction as opposed to cubic inches or square inches.
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