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How do you find the thickness of a pipe?

The outside diameter of the pipe should be subtracted from the inside diameter. The wall thickness on both sides of the pipe was combined. Divide the pipe wall thickness by two. The thickness of one pipe wall is the result. Is that correct? You can check for errors by reversing the calculations.

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