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 Gravel for a French Drain 2020-04-17 From Ray:Hello, ** I am wanting to add 2 French Drain's in my yard. The 1st drain will be 25 ft. long, 8 in wide and 18 in deep. The pipe I'm using is 4in. in diameter. I'm trying to figure out how many yards of clean gravel I will need for this project? ** The 2nd French Drain will be 100 ft in Length, 10in wide and 18 in deep. I will also be using the 4in in diameter pipe for this drain. I am needing to see how many yards of clean gravel, I'll need for this drain? Any assistance would be greatly appreciated!! Thank you!!Answered by Harley Weston. Subsets of the Real Number System 2002-09-07 From Christine:In looking for a French equivalent of the word "integer", I found that the word seems not to actually exist in French, and that Canadian schools use the term "natural number" to describe what we have been trained to call "whole numbers," while using the term "whole number" to describe what we have been trained to call "integers."Answered by Claude Tardif. English to french maths words translators 1999-09-22 From Steph Keeley:Can you foward be any information re English to french maths words translators, as i am having problems finding one.Answered by Penny Nom. French Francs 1998-10-01 From Richie Franklin:1.what did one dollar equal in France francs ten years ago, twenty years ago, and fifty years ago?Answered by Chris Fisher. Traduction 1999-09-27 From Beatrice:Pouvez-vous me traduire en anglais les terms ci-dessous? Intrégration ensembliste Espaces vectoriels normés Traitement statistique du signal Equations aux dérivées partielles ... Answered by Claude Tardif.

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