if they build a wall 100 meters tall how wide does it have to be to support itself?
- MattLv 63 weeks agoBest answer
Depends on what its made of.
- M JohnsonLv 63 weeks ago
Width has no bearing, pun intended, depth in the earth is the issue.
- scott bLv 73 weeks ago
It would obviously depend on what it's made out of. A 100 meter rubber wall would have to be very wide. A 100 meter tall steel and concrete wall, not very.
- Anonymous3 weeks ago
trump will see a wall soon .... 4 of them .
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- Tom VLv 53 weeks ago
If they build it with normal cinder blocks, the base needs to be 2.7 meters wide. If they use nano technology with carbon nano-tubes, it can be much narrower. Why the question to begin with?
- FrankLv 53 weeks ago
What wall? No wall needs to be 100 m tall.
- Aster RhoidsLv 63 weeks ago