From: noel888 on
I went to one of those converter tables to find out the equivilant and
it did not make any sense to me...ie..i entered 468 mm and it came
back with 1 feet...the same for 5.5 mm...could someone here with this
knowledge, inform me the correct conversion for both of those that i
mentioned? 468mm= 5.5mm=
From: The Real Bev on
noel888 wrote:

> I went to one of those converter tables to find out the equivilant and
> it did not make any sense to me...ie..i entered 468 mm and it came
> back with 1 feet...the same for 5.5 mm...could someone here with this
> knowledge, inform me the correct conversion for both of those that i
> mentioned? 468mm= 5.5mm=

http://www.onlineconversion.com/length_common.htm

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From: Gary Heston on
In article <c23d961f-102c-4306-b136-1a9be8603663(a)k19g2000yqc.googlegroups.com>,
noel888 <harri85274(a)aol.com> wrote:
>I went to one of those converter tables to find out the equivilant and
>it did not make any sense to me...ie..i entered 468 mm and it came
>back with 1 feet...the same for 5.5 mm...could someone here with this
>knowledge, inform me the correct conversion for both of those that i
>mentioned? 468mm= 5.5mm=

1" = 25.4mm, therefore:

468mm = 18.4251"
5.5mm = 0.2165"


Gary

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From: Rod Speed on
noel888 wrote:
> I went to one of those converter tables to find out the equivilant and
> it did not make any sense to me...ie..i entered 468 mm and it came
> back with 1 feet...the same for 5.5 mm...could someone here with this
> knowledge, inform me the correct conversion for both of those that i
> mentioned?

> 468mm=

http://www.google.com.au/search?q=468mm+in+inches

> 5.5mm=

http://www.google.com.au/search?q=5.5mm+in+inches
http://www.efunda.com/units/fractions.cfm


From: noel888 on
On Oct 11, 3:43 pm, ghes...(a)hiwaay.net (Gary Heston) wrote:
> In article <c23d961f-102c-4306-b136-1a9be8603...(a)k19g2000yqc.googlegroups..com>,
>
> noel888  <harri85...(a)aol.com> wrote:
> >I went to one of those converter tables to find out the equivilant and
> >it did not make any sense to me...ie..i entered 468 mm and it came
> >back with 1 feet...the same for 5.5 mm...could someone here with this
> >knowledge, inform me the correct conversion for  both of those that i
> >mentioned?    468mm=                         5.5mm=
>
> 1" = 25.4mm, therefore:
>
>         468mm = 18.4251"
>         5.5mm =  0.2165"
>
> Gary
>
> --
> Gary Heston  ghes...(a)hiwaay.net  http://www.thebreastcancersite.com/
> "Where large, expensive pieces of exotic woods are converted to valueless,
> hard to dispose of sawdust, chips and scraps." Charlie B.s' definition of
> woodworking.

sorry and thanks for answering, but this old fool is still
mystified ....468 is 18 inches, but what is 4251? .. and the other
0.2165 is what? if its a fraction, what is it?