Using a cubit equal to 18 inches, calculate the dimensions of Noah's Ark in feet

Gives ark dimensions as 450ft long, 75 feet wide and 45 feet high which implies an 18 inch cubit. ... "For present purposes I will assume the cubit equal to 18 inches" .... the Royal Cubit standard to calculate the area of the palace foyer. .... [ Using the 18" cubit (p50), he concludes that the animals would require ...
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Using a cubit equal to 18 inches, calculate the dimensions of Noah's Ark in feet

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User: Using a cubit equal to 18 inches, calculate the dimensions of Noah's Ark in feet

Weegy: Gives ark dimensions as 450ft long, 75 feet wide and 45 feet high which implies an 18 inch cubit. ... "For present purposes I will assume the cubit equal to 18 inches" .... the Royal Cubit standard to calculate the area of the palace foyer. .... [ Using the 18" cubit (p50), he concludes that the animals would require ...
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User: ok but wats the lenghth

Weegy: Now calculate the volume of the ark. Assume the ark is a rectangular solid. ... Volume of a rectangular solid is equal to length times width times height. ... Height of the ark in feet. Volume of the ark in cubic feet ... Noah's Ark. [ Using the estimated standard of a cubit as 17.5 inches, the answers will be the ...
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User: Use the distributive property to combine this term.
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Weegy: 3w+5aw+6bw User: Use the distributive property to combine this term.
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