### The Dropped Object Experiment | 1 LB Bolt, 20′ vs. 30′ | Safety Week 2016

FALLING FROM 20 FEET, A 1 POUND BOLT WILL HAVE AN IMPACT OF ALMOST 2,000 POUNDS OF FORCE. “Alright, ready to start?” “We’re good to go. Clear.” “Clear. 3-2-1.” NOW WITH …

### A Giraffe’s Heart Can Weigh Up To 25 Pounds

Welcome to “Discovery World Safari.” On today’s episode, the giraffe. The giraffe is the tallest land mammal, reaching heights of up to 18 feet and weighing up to 3,000 pounds. Their …

### Guy walks 8 kilometers in heels!

If I give you 500 pesos to walk from Ortigas to Makati, will you do it? Yah. Oo. (Yes.) siyempre! (of course!) I’ll do it. For 500? Sure! Yeah, of course! …

### How to Draw a Line in Feet & Inches or Meter & mm By Using the Autocad Basic LINE Command – Tutorial

Hey Guys this is JAMIL you are watching JT CAD this is a basic video tutorial for some of my friends who ask me how to draw a line in feet …

### Area of a Square

The objective of this video is to show how to find the area of a square. We will define square. We will explain congruent sides. We would define derived units of …

### Convert Square Feet to Square Yards (Unit Fractions)

Raldo measured a room at nine feet long by ten feet wide to get an area measurement of ninety square feet. He wants to carpet the room with new carpet, which …

### Convert Inches to Feet and Feet to Inches (CC:6.RP.3)

Elijah has five ropes of different length and color. He needs to know the length of each rope in feet and inches. Complete the table below. In the first row, we …

### 11.4b Dimensional Analysis – Multi-Step Conversions

In this video, we’re going to take a look at how we can convert units when we don’t quite have the right conversion factor to use dimensional analysis on. If we …

### CHEMISTRY 101: Dimensional Analysis Word Problem with Square Units

In this example problem we’ll use dimensional analysis to solve a word problem with square units. Our problem reads, “You would like to re-carpet your living room, which is 755 square …

### Converting yards to feet and back

Working with Conversions Let’s look at a conversion factor. We have one yard equal to three feet. Because of the equal sign, we know these two terms are the same. Now …