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How Do You Evenly Split 45 Squares Onto A 14"X17" Sheet Of Paper?From Mathematics Forum:
How do you evenly split 45 squares onto a 14"x17" sheet of paper? I have an art project where I have to create 45 drawings onto a 14"x17" sheet of Bristol paper. My dilemma is that I have to split the sheet of Bristol paper into 45 squares (like a chart) as even as possible and I have no clue how to go about this. Would anyone know what the proper measurements are horizontally and vertically to create this?
Answer: Hello Samuel M, first you decide how many squares across and down. Your choices are: 3 x 15 5 x 9 9 x 5 15 x 3 once you have decided that then you can divide 14 by the first number and 17 by the second number. say you want to do 5 across and 9 down, then you would have 2.8" by 1 and 8/9" for each square.
What Is The Best All-In-One Border-Less Printer Capable Of 11"X17" Prints?From Printers Forum:
What is the best all-in-one border-less printer capable of 11"x17" prints? I am a graphic and web designer and photographer, and I have a terrible printer right now. I am in need of an accurate printer that is capable of printing 11"x17" border-less (and anything smaller, obviously). I'd also really like to stay on a college student's budget... any suggestions? I'd especially like to hear from graphic designers and photographers that are in college as well as those who are already in the profession.
Answer: Hi Jonathan I own a hew high end Epsom's and HP for proofing. I recently purchased a HP 9650 and it prints 13 x 19 with a 12 x 18 border less. This printer used to sell for $1000 and we purchased one at $300 brand new and worth every penny. You can print any size paper, any quality, and even envelops. What I like about this printer is that it is super fast to print and the output matches our screen which is important when we print the finish product.
How Do I Convert Inches To A Square Foot?From Mathematics Forum:
How do I convert inches to a square foot? I need these measurement converted to square feet: 35"x17.5" 27.25"x22.5" 38"x26"
Answer: first convert each inch measurement into feet. so 35"x17.5" = 2+11/12 feet x 1+5.5/12 feet now just multiply regularly to get square feet = 4+73/288 ~ 4.253 square feet similarly, you can just just divide the area in square inches by 144 to get the area in square feet so 27.25"x22.5" =613.125 square inches =613.125/144 square feet =4.2578125 ~ 4.26 square feet finally 38"x26" = 6+31/36 ~ 6.86 square feet
How Long Does It Take To Make An Authentic Hand-Made Oriental Rug?From Decorating & Remodeling Forum:
How long does it take to make an authentic hand-made Oriental rug? Let's say one about 10'x17'. Where are they made, and how bad are the labor laws broken?
Answer: Hi Glenn, Well, it takes a while to hand knot an Oriental rug the size you're speaking of but it also depends on how many people are actually working on it as well. Sometimes it can take 3-4 people over a year to make one carpet!! They are made all over the world, Iran, Pakistan, Turkey...all those countries over there. The people who make them work all day doing it but they can do it without even thinking. They're very talented and dedicated and extremely hard working people and the process is very difficult. There is no way to know what kinds of labor laws that are in place in the countries in which these carpets are made and if they're enforced or not. Our labor laws, I am sure, are much different than their laws, if they even HAVE laws. Anyway, these carpets are expensive and for good reason. The hand-knotted carpets are meant to last for generations and will last for many, many years.
What Is The Cheapest Way To Ship A Package?From Other - Business & Finance Forum:
What is the cheapest way to ship a package? I have a package abet 25 lbs worth abet $200. The box is approx. 36"x17"x7". What is the cheapest way to ship with insurance? Does UPS or FedEx ever have any coupons or discounts? Actually it is closer to 15 lbs. Maybe a little more.
Answer: I normally find that the USPS is the cheapest way to send packages via USPS Parcel Post. You can go to USPS.com and look up the rate for your zone by putting in the to and from zip codes and the weight. I sold some baby gear (a jumperoo) on eBay recently and using USPS Parcel Post saved me more than double over FedEx, so if cost is an issue, I would definitely check on the USPS rate.
Do I Need Intermediate Posts To Support The Hip Roof Over My Open Deck?From Maintenance & Repairs Forum:
Do I need intermediate posts to support the hip roof over my open deck? The deck is 14'x17'. The outside posts are X steel. The roof band is double X's SPY. The hip roof joists are X on 24" centers. I would rather not have intermediate posts that would tend to ob sure the view. I live in E. Tennessee where snow load is unusual, but every 10 yrs or so we do get a 10" accumulation.
Answer: There is certainly a beam that can span that distance but how much do you want to pay? If it is that important contact a local structural engineer so he can figure the true load (rather than Internet guesses) and what you need.
What'S A Good Digital Camera For Taking Pictures Of Art?From Drawing & Illustration Forum:
What's a good digital camera for taking pictures of art? I mail do pencil work on 11"x17" art board which is too big for most scanners and the one's that are large enough aren't cheap enough so I need a camera that'll do the job. And I need something soon so I can put my art on line. I heard most cameras that are 7 MIPS or more should work is that true. I'm not made of money either, so what do you suggest or should I just by the large scanners when I get the dough?
Answer: It's not just the camera, it's how you photograph the work. Try to make sure the lighting is even and not direct onto the surface of the drawing, and use a tripod. And prop the work up or else lay it flat and make sure the camera is as close to completely straight-on to the work, or you will get lens distortion (though you can correct this to a certain extent in image-editing programs). A large scanner is not only pricey but won't do as good a job as a good photograph, because it will scan the surface of the paper or board; adjustments are fiddly, and a high-resolution scan will be slow. Even though you don't need a high resolution for screen pictures, you should have high-res files to work on, so it's much more time-consuming than taking a lot of photographs. Unless you're rich in time as well as money, you should put the camera first. I have a Ric oh Cpl CG which works very well for this, and Canon and Olympus have good, affordable new models out too. Study the instructions or sign up for a class so you get familiar with the RAW format. Enjoy!
Is There A Way To Use The Embroidery Hoop Without Out Damaging The Fabric?From Hobbies & Crafts Forum:
Is there a way to use the embroidery hoop without out damaging the fabric? I am cross stitching on a 13"x17" piece of Aida cloth, is it possible to use an embroidery hoop without damaging the cloth? Is there a way to get rid of the rings it makes in the cloth? Is there something I can use to hold the fabric besides the embroidery hoop? I have never heard of using a magnetic board. How does that work?
Answer: Q-snaps! You can see what they are here, WNW.qsnap.com and buy them at needlework stores for sure, possibly at the chain craft stores. The q-snaps don't leave marks in your fabric and are available in a number of mix-and-match sizes, from X to X. I like using the X and X sizes.
Does Anyone Know Where I Can Find An Extra Extra Large Litter Box?From Cats Forum:
Does anyone know where I can find an extra extra large litter box? I have a lb cat and his 21"x17" litter box is becoming to small. I'm trying to find a litter box that is bigger. I would prefer it to be covered.
Answer: check pet supply co.'s locally and on Internet. you should be able to find something. in the meantime, you can go to housewares in stores and purchase plastic tubs in large sizes and get one big enough for his needs until you find a covered large size litter box.
What'S A Creative Idea For A Project Having To Do With Music?From Other - Arts & Humanities Forum:
What's a creative idea for a project having to do with music? I have to make a bio board on Clive Davis 10"X17" and I want it to be really groovy. Last year someone did a record & cover so I need a new fresh idea.
Answer: Cut out with newsprint all his hit song names and glue them on your board with sparkly glitter glue. Add a photo of Clive in the corner. You can also arrange beans and corn to spell Clive Davis across the middle.
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