What Is a Centimeter on a Ruler?

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On a metric ruler, a centimetre is identified by larger lines as compared to the other lines which represent millimetres. One centimetre is equivalent to ten millimetres. Rulers are important gadgets in making accurate linear measurements.
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Generally, a centimetre ruler is an instrument which has the centimetre and millimetre markings on it. It is generally used in geometry and engineering. In this ruler, the larger lines with numbers are the centimetres while the smaller markings represent millimetres.
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A centimeter ruler should have the centimeters marked with a bigger line along the edge with the numbers 1,2,3 etc. The small lines in between those numbers are millimeters and it
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1. Notice the ruler's larger markings are labeled centimeters (cm) and the smaller markings are labeled millimeters (mm) and that the ruler measures a total of 12 inches on one side
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In a 1 foot ruler there are 30.48 cm, and 91.44 in an yard stick.
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