February 25, 2008

Youtube explantion of: How many feet in a mile?

Its only 19 seconds, but it shows you what you need to know.

February 23, 2008

## The answer to what “feet” and “mile” are

After I answered the question: How many feet in a mile. Let me (or wikipedia)  explain what a mile and foot is.

Mile: A mile is a unit of length, usually used to measure distance, in a number of different systems, including Imperial units, United States customary units and Norwegian/Swedish mil. Its size can vary from system to system, but in each is between one and ten kilometers. In contemporary English contexts, mile refers to either of the following:

• the international mile of 5,280 feet, 1,760 yards, or exactly 1,609.344 meters.
• the international nautical mile of exactly 1,852 meters (about 6,076 feet).

There have been several abbreviations for mile (with and without trailing period): mi, ml, m, M. In the United States, the National Institute of Standards and Technology now uses and recommends mi but in everyday usage (at least in the United States and in the United Kingdom) usages such as miles per hour and miles per gallon are almost always abbreviated as mph or mpg (rather than mi/h or mi/gal).

The formula “multiply by 8 and divide by 5” to convert international miles to kilometers gives a conversion of 1.6, accurate to 0.6%, which is a useful approximation.

Feet:  A foot (plural: feet or foot; symbol or abbreviation: ft or, sometimes, – a prime) is a unit of length, in a number of different systems, including English units, Imperial units, and United States customary units. Its size can vary from system to system, but in each is around a quarter to a third of a metre. The most commonly used foot today is the international foot. There are 3 feet in a yard and 12 inches in a foot.

These are the exact discriptions from wikipedia

February 20, 2008

## Another answer to: How many feet in a mile

Last time I answered the question; how many feet in a mile kind of simple. Let me try to expand the explanation a bit.

The question that is asked, is simply a comparison.  You are comparing feet with miles. So in order to do a valid compariso, you need to make the compared, let me call this items, items the same value. In other words, you need to compare apples with apples, and not apples with pears, if you get what I mean.

In this example, the apples are feet, and the pears are the miles. So, to make a valid comparison, we got to get the same values. To go on with the fruit example. Lets make oranges from the apples and pears.

So…1 feet (apple) = 0.305 meter (oranges)
1 mile (pears) = 1609,334 meter (oranges)

And there you go, you have a valid comparison. Now you are comparing oranges with oranges. And just like last time, you’ll get the same answer to the question; How many feet in a mile. Your answer is 5280 feet in a mile.

Have a nice day

February 16, 2008

## How Many Ounces In A Cup

After our first question: How many feet in a mile, we are now at our fourth question, which is: How many ounces in a cup.

By now you should know how we figure that out.

1 Cup = 0.25 Liter = 0.25 Kilograms
1 Ounce = 0.028 Kilograms

Now that we have converted both into kilograms, we can easily devide the numbers.

0.25 (Cups per kilogram) / 0.028 (Ounces per kiligram) = 8.82

And there you go folks, there are 8.82 ounces in a cup.

From now on,  you’ll know the answer to questions such as: How many feet in a mile and all the others we have discussed before.

February 15, 2008

## How Many Cups In A Quart

Right-o, after the questions How many feet in a mile, and how many ounces in a pound, I’ve got the next silly question for ya.

How many cups in a quart? Yes, you read it correct, how many cups in a quart.

As per usual, I’ll be rounding up the numbers. Here is goes, keep paying attention.

1 Cup = 0.25 Liter
1 Quart = 1.137 Liter

And what did we do last time to get our answer? Yes, you’re right as usual.

1.137 (Liters per Quart) / 0.25 (Liters per Cup) = 4.55 Cups per Quart.

So there you go folks, to your question: How many cups in a quart, the answer is 4.55

If you have more questions like, how many feet in a mile or something similar to that, you can try out this dvd. It helped me and alot of other people out. And it could help you out.

February 14, 2008

## How Many Ounces In A Pound

After the question: How many feet in a mile, which is 5279 by the way, we got our next question which is often asked to me. Don’t ask me why they ask me, they just do.

The next question: How many ounces in a pound?

Ok, lets explain this a bit.

1 Ounce = 28,35 Grams
1 Pound = 453,592 Grams

So how do we get our answer? Yes, you’re right.

453,592 / 28,35 = 16

And there is your answer folks. There are 16 ounces in a pound.

So, now you can answer 2 more questions if people ask you the question.

1. How many feet in a mile.
2. How many ounces in a pound.

Have a nice day.

February 13, 2008

## How Many Feet In A Mile?

How Many Feet In A Mile you ask me?

In the last couple of days, I’ve heared this question tons and tons of times. And everytime I heared this question I was laughing inside. and was thinking, dude… So, for the people out there, asking: How many feet in a mile? Here it comes, gonna round things up, so this won’t be a scientific answer.

1 Feet = 0,305 Meter
1 Mile = 1609,334 Meter

What we do now is this:

1609,334 (meters in a mile) / 0.305 (feet in a meter) = 5280 Feet in a mile.

There you go. There are 5280 feet in a mile. Please keep in mind, these numbers are rounded up.

Next time you hear the question: How Many Feet In A Mile? Please help the person out by giving him/her the right answer, thank you.