How thick in inches is 6.60 mil?

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6.6 mil = 0.0066 inches. That's pretty thin! ChaCha on!
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A "mil" is a 1/1000 of an inch. So 6 mil is equal to 0.006 inches.
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or 1 thousandth of an inch. therefore 45 mils is .045 inches, or a little under a fiftieth of an inch.
http://askville.amazon.com/45-mils-thick-thickness...
I checked several sources, and it seems like 3" is the largest size that is generally sold. That's because binders have rings in them to hold the paper, and when it gets larger
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