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I am having problems trying to figure out how to convert millimeters to cubic feet per minute. Could you please help me?
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Linda, mm is a unit of length, ft^3/min has units length^3/time. So, you can't convert from one to the other. You could convert mm to feet, for example, because they both have units of length. -Todd
i am a student of university from iran. please solve this equation:
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Do you just do maths problems? Because I do physics and a site like this for physics would be awesome. I find this site REALLY USEFUL for my math tutorials.
This really is a great site BUT it would be nice to see some more sections, or a page for user suggested sections Also it would be cool if we could try to publicise the site more. That way everyone benefits! Any ideas? Scottie 000 23:55, 26 November 2007 (MST)
We've got some spam issues--maybe block user CcdomRolac and others who seem to be either bots or spammers. Ascentury 22:29, 19 November 2008 (EST)
- You claim this wiki is free content, but no where do you list what license the content is under. Nor do you require that contributors grant any such license: you only require that they have the right to do so if you ask them to. Singpolyma 14:54, 19 January 2009 (EST)