I have a problem . My conversion consist's of varying guages of copper wire(labelled in KG's not length) to be converted to meters. For example I have a chart that states 22awg(7Bit) copper wire is as follows; Kilogram/kilometer is 3.17 as 50 kilograms = 15,773 Meters, or 10awg(104bit) copper wire is 47.49(kilogram/kilometer) where 50kg = 1,053Meters. I was wandering If you may be able to help apply this info to create a base formula or equation to apply to any quage of wire. As I said I do have a list of KG/KM. Thanx in advance Dennis
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