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1505.91" = ? (convert-unit of measurement?)

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Guest Aug 24, 2014

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You have to tell us which measurement you want this converted to.

 

You can actually do this on the website's calculator. Here's how:

Go to the website's homepage. This can be found at this link: http://web2.0calc.com/

Click "Scientific" and change this to "Unit converter"

 

Now click "length," because this is the type of measurement we're dealing with.

 

 

Now in the first box type in how much of the unit you have. In this case it would be 1505.91.

Then, in the circled box select what measurement you have (in this case it would be inches)

And in the highlighted box, select the measurement you want to convert this to.

 

 

Finally, press the equal sign to compute this.

NinjaDevo  Aug 25, 2014
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What is the question?  " is the symbol for inches, ' is the symbol for feet.

so 6'5" means 6 feet 5 inches.

If you do not live in a country that uses imperial you probably don't know this. 

Maybe you have to change this to feet and inches?

There are 12 inches in a foot.  Maybe that will help.  

Melody  Aug 25, 2014
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You have to tell us which measurement you want this converted to.

 

You can actually do this on the website's calculator. Here's how:

Go to the website's homepage. This can be found at this link: http://web2.0calc.com/

Click "Scientific" and change this to "Unit converter"

 

Now click "length," because this is the type of measurement we're dealing with.

 

 

Now in the first box type in how much of the unit you have. In this case it would be 1505.91.

Then, in the circled box select what measurement you have (in this case it would be inches)

And in the highlighted box, select the measurement you want to convert this to.

 

 

Finally, press the equal sign to compute this.

NinjaDevo  Aug 25, 2014
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Nice job Ninja 

Melody  Aug 25, 2014
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I'll second Melody's opinion......very nice......how did you get those screenshots on here???

 

CPhill  Aug 25, 2014
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It's easy Chris, although I don't know what method Ninja uses.

What operating system do you use?  I use the 'snipping Tool' that is automatically supplied with Windows 7 and I assume with higher versions.

Almost all my uploads are snipped straight from my screen.    

Melody  Aug 25, 2014
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OK, Melody...that was going to be my method, too....I just wondered if ND used something else....

 

CPhill  Aug 25, 2014
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Oh ok.

I'd like to know that too  

Melody  Aug 25, 2014
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Nope I just used snipping tool.

After you "snip" something you can actually edit it a little by highlighting, drawing with pen, and things like that.

 

I actually wasn't aware of the snipping tool about a month ago. Alan told me about it. :)

NinjaDevo  Aug 25, 2014

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