Q: When was the morrow slick fty 7 157 cm snowboard made?

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Answer helloo im a personal snowboard trainer in davos of Switzerland and you need exactly1.57 snowboard and shorter so between 1,55 and 1.57 is the best size for you. you have to know that board have to reach from the ground to your shouldiers an a little bit a little only 1-2 cm higher from your shouldiers ok.have fun andd good luck on your snowboard choise for this size byeANSWER:Compare your height in centimeters to the length of the snowboard. Maybe you can choose 149 -157 cm.

66% of 157= 66% * 157= 0.66 * 157= 103.62

157 1 X 157 so the answer is 1 X 157

Factors of 157 are: 1 and 157.

the difference is the 157 is 9 inches longer. Yeah pretty much, as you go higher, the board gets taller. Im 6'2" and i ride a 156 right now cause it's smaller and easier to huck around when doing tricks and spins. (FYI- snowboards are measured in si units, specifically centimeters... not inches.... DE DE DE!!! U rly think ur ridin a 156 inch board....? Do ur research or know what your talkin bout before you answer a question givin someone advice. -Stu-pididiot)

The positive integer factors of 157 are 1 and 157.

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157 x 1

157 as a binary number is 10011011

No, 157 is prime.

multiples of 157 would be 157, 314, 471, 628, etc.

157-284 = -127