You add (in inches) the length, plus the width, plus the height of the object which together equals 62 LINEAR inches
If it's a suitcase, for example, it COULD be 36 inches long, 16 inches wide, and then would be 10 inches high
You can take any numbers that total 62 inches but doesn't exceed that for luggage guidelines.
Linear inch is a fantasy word from the airliners. It means:
X linear inches = length + width + depth (measured in inches).
Inches are still inches.
The linear dimension 62 inches is equal to the metric linear dimension 1.5748 meters
62 !! Linear means "in a line", linear inches is another way of saying inches there is no difference. If it was linear velocity it would then be measured in inches per second
62 linear inches is a line 62 inches long. It has no width or depth. The inch is a linear measurement, so the adjective is unnecessary.
62 "regular" inches.
62 linear inches is the same as a length of 62 inches. You don't need to figure, just get a measuring tape!
62 inches (or linear inches) = 157.48 centimetres.Without converting to centimetres (which was not the question) the definition surely would be the path distance between two points that are 62 inches apart on that path?
62 inches = 1.57 metres, approx.
45 linear inches is simply a length of 45 inches.
height + width + depth = linear Previous answer: 45 linear inches
Linear inch is a fantasy word from the airlines. It means: X linear inches = length + width + depth (measured in inches). Inches are still inches. A 62 "linear inch" bag could measure 60" by 1" by 1" or 21" by 21" by 20" or any other set of dimensions that add up to 62.
It is simply a length of 45 inches.