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February 22, 2024

Are you trying to measure 15 centimeters without a ruler? Good luck! You could know that 15 centimeters is equal to 5.90551 inches, but that doesn’t help visualize this length, does it? What you can do instead is use common objects as a reference.

February 18, 2024

If you’re trying to get a feel for what 6 centimeters looks like without a ruler, you’re going to have a tough time. 6 centimeters, which is about 2.3622 inches, is a tiny measurement. That’s where tiny everyday objects can come in handy as size references!

February 18, 2024

Have you ever tried measuring an object by eye? It becomes a lot more difficult when the thing you’re trying to measure is humungous like, say, 40 feet high. You may or may not know that 40 feet is equal to 13-1/3 yards to 12.192 meters, but these numbers don’t accurately represent this measurement’s appearance. What you can do is use everyday objects as reference for your mind’s eye.

February 18, 2024

Trying to figure out what 2 millimeters looks like? It’s the same as 0.0787402, but that doesn’t mean much if you don’t have a ruler on hand. The next best thing is to use common things as size references.

February 18, 2024

Have you ever tried to visualize a distance or height without the proper tools? It’s a challenge to say the least, especially if you have no point of reference. You may know that 100 feet equals 33-1/3 yards or 30.48 meters, yet these figures won’t help much with guesstimating this length. For that, you’ll need to know the sizes of common objects to use as references in your mind’s eye.

February 15, 2024

Are you having trouble figuring out how long 16 feet is? It’s the same as 5-1/3 yards or 4.8768 meters. Still not sure what 16 feet looks like? If you don’t have a measuring tape on hand, you should use the next best thing: objects measuring close to 16 feet as a reference.

February 15, 2024

The longer the distance, the more difficult it becomes to gauge it by eye. 90 feet is the same as 30 yards or 27.432 meters, but that doesn’t help much in visualizing this distance. If you don’t have a laser measure, you can use the next best thing: common objects as references.

February 15, 2024

Trying to figure out the measurements of something without a ruler or measuring tape can be a nearly impossible task. You may know that 3 meters, or 300 centimeters, is the same as 9.84252 feet or 3.28084 yards. These conversions, however, will not help you visualize the distance of 3 meters. But everyday objects can help you with your conundrum!

February 15, 2024

Are you having trouble figuring out what 20 inches looks like? Sure, you could convert it to feet (1-3/4 feet) or meters (0.508 meters), but these figures don’t explain how 20 inches looks in the real world. Instead, what you can do is use everyday objects as size references.

February 15, 2024

Measuring something by eye can be difficult, but trying to measuring something that’s 2 inches long without a measuring tool is nearly impossible. You may know that 2 inches is the same as 5.08 centimeters, but that won’t help you figure out what it looks like. Instead of looking for a ruler, you can use everyday objects as size references.

February 8, 2024

Are you trying to keep valuables safe? You’re not alone, and you’re probably worried about someone burglarizing your home and stealing your prized possessions. Luckily, there’s a solution for this: safe deposit boxes. The only thing is, are safe deposit boxes large enough to house your belongings?

February 8, 2024

The size of an umbrella ultimately depends on its type. There are several kinds of umbrellas to choose from, including rain and canopy umbrellas. Here’s a quick breakdown of common size and weight ranges for different umbrella types