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Message No. 26, Started by dr funda on 01/07/00
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To: admin@efunda.com
Sent: Friday, January 07, 2000 11:00 AM
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> I know that this is going to sound crazy....but I work for a company
> installing underdrain and we have a job to bid on but I can't figure out
> how to find the depth of an area with kilogram..can you help?
> Thank you,
> Lisa


I'm not sure what you mean by "depth of an area with kilogram".  This must be an industry-specific term, since depth is usually measured in length units and not mass units.

You've got Dr. Funda on this one.  We will post this to our forum.  Maybe somebody in our audience will be familiar with the subject.

eFunda Staff
www.eFunda.com

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Follow-up Messages (1)
Perhaps you mean to say, "depth of an area measured in kilograms," or effec...
No. 3066, Posted by tony_g on 01/08/00, 10:17 PST.
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