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**SuperLynx**- Replies: 1

Could someone tell me how thick .003 thousands of an inch is, I need a visual cue ?

I hope this helps !

I'd like to know how you solve this?

Yes, 2 digits after the decimal.

That is another thread, please keep it separate

Tell me the information you need and why you need it ?

The picture in post 34 is not correct, it's close enough.

gAr wrote:

What did you mean by 'degree' in the first post?

Degree as in it's not completely bent, it's bent to a degree, to a angle !

Agnishom wrote:

Yes,.... that method is called geogebra!!

I understand, once again, if I saw a bent pipe.

And I wanted to know it's length before it was bent, since I don't know the history of this pipe can this be found out without algebra ?

Is there a simpler method without needing algebraic expressions, I'm sure there is.

It has an Arc, the pipe is bent.

A chord, where would you get such an idea from, it's a rough pipe, sketch.

I said the question in post #20 !

The diameter is

. If you really need the angle measurements, I'll get those numbers. I'm really hoping there is a genius way to figure it out without finding out the length of the object, which includes pipe length followed by the angle of the bend measurements.What if I don't have the angle, there is no other solution, I must have the angle ?

Ahh thanks

anonimnystefy wrote:

You mean, direct distance from one end to the other?

Direct Length.

The white is the pipe. From Top > Bottom measured.

how are you pasting ?

White border ?