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Discussion in 'Off Topic [BG]' started by Fontaine, Sep 23, 2008.
would 56.169lb/ft^3 = 2.08lb/in^2?? (if u have to multiply the answer by 64)
well, your question is dimensionally incorrect, because you can't convert a volume (ft^3) into an area (in^2).
but, if you're looking for mass per volume, then
56.169 lb / ft^3 = 0.032505 lb / in^3
yea thats my bad i meant that, and i was doing it right, if u multiply it by 64 its 2.08. (which is what i needed)
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