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**Width**, **height**, **thickness, or distance** _ _ _ _ _ _. 20. Formula for calculating
volume _ x _ x _. Why were the teacher's eyes crossed? _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _'_ _ _ _
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When measuring a three-dimensional object, length, **width** and **thickness** (or
**height**) are the three axes upon which the object extends into three-dimensional
...

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What is the word for **thickness width height** and **distance**? It is Length. Edit. Share
to: Anand Mehta. 262,486 Contributions. mehtamatics = mathematics with a ...

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**height**. You would probably measure yourself with a yard stick or measur- ing
tape ... Measure the **width** of the fingernail on your little finger. ... the **thickness** of
your thumbnail. ... If you measure a long **distance**, it can be a very large number.

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A COMMON UNIT FOR LONGER DISTANCES IS THE ? KILOMETER. MASS, IS
... **WIDTH**, **HEIGHT**, **THICKNESS OR DISTANCE** IS, LENGTH. THE BASIC UNIT ...

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12) The distance between Happyville and Giggleland is 60 miles. How far is this
in kilometers? ... **Width**, **height**, **thickness, or distance** _ _ _ _ _ _. 20. Formula for
...

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**Distance**, **height**, **thickness**, and depth also use the same units. ... since area is a
product of two dimensions (usually length and **width**, which uses the same unit).

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People often ask about the "correct" use of length, **width**, **height**, and depth. In the
most ... (For more about length and **distance** see either of those topics.) ...

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Can you please explain the difference between **height**, length, **width** and depth?
... Usually '**height**' means vertical **distance**... but if you turn something on its ... The
**thickness** of the door might be called its depth, but "**thickness**" ...