Q: How wide is a balance beam?

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A balance beam is 10 cm wide.

The thickness of a balance beam is 4 inches wide 6 inches tall and 14 and a half feet long.

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a standard competition balance beam in about 4 feet off the ground and 4 inches wide

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It should be 10 centimetre (4 inches) wide

the balance beam is actually 4 inches wide

it is long and rectangular and it is only 4 inches wide!

An Olympic balance beam is 10 cm (4 in) wide. All balance beams that are used for competition are four inches wide. It is 10 cm (4 inches wide).

A balance beam is made from wood which is 16 feet long and 4 inches wide. The is covered with layers of Suede fabric

A balance beam is made from wood which is 16 feet long and 4 inches wide. The is covered with layers of Suede fabric

The beam is 5 metres (16.4 feet) long, 10 cm (4 inches) wide, and is raised 125 cm (4.1 feet) off the floor.