What is a thousandth of an inch?

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Thousandth of an inch is a unit of length equivalent to 0.001 inch. The thickness of items such as paper, foil, wires, paint coatings, film, and latex gloves, are measured using an thousandth of an inch.
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0.591 in. Direct Conversion Formula. 15. mm. * 1 in. 25.4. mm. = 0.591 in.
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A square inch is a unit of area that is equal to the sides of a one inch square. The exact measurement for a square inch is 0.00064516m squared.
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0.017.
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It is already rounded to the units' place. If you want to show the degree of accuracy, you could write it as 1325.000.
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