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  • A4 Paper = 210x297 mm
  • 1 ream == 500 sheets
  • 1 Inch ≅ 25.4mm
  • 12 Inches ≅ 30.48cm
  • All my Credit Card Numbers
  • All my previous car registration numbers
  • 3.1415926535897932384626
  • 8192*180 == number of bytes in a standard DDHD 1.44MB floppy disk
  • All powers of 2 up to 216
  • My homenode id
  • Just about all the telephone extension numbers of people at work
  • 22 Nov 1963 (JFK's assassination, but I've got no idea why I remember it)
  • 2.2lb ≅ 1 Kg
  • 1 cwt ≅ 51 Kg
  • 1 oz ≅ 28g
  • 160 Km/H ≅ 100Mph
  • 273.15 K ≅ 0° C
Update: HTML entities added
Fixed A4 units as per Happy-the-monk's msg.

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In reply to Re: Constants you cannot help but remember by davis
in thread Constants you cannot help but remember by dragonchild

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