How to Read a Framing Square?


A framing square has two arms. One is a 24 inch arm called the 'blade,' and the other is a shorter arm called the tongue. The square has a board foot scale, a diagonal scale, and an octagonal scale. For more information look here: Reading and Using a Framing Square;
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1. Figure out the height and distance of your project. If you are building stairs decide how high you want your steps. Put the framing square on the edge of a 2 by 12. Put a mark
The tongue and the body.
The region of the nucleotide sequence from the start codon (ATG) to the stop codon (TAA, TGA, TAG in DNA) is called the open reading frame. In prokaryotes, locating the ORF helps
( ¦ō·pən ¦rēd·iŋ ¦frām ) (cell and molecular biology) A stretch of triplets contained between an initator codon and a terminator
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