The little lines on a metric ruler mark the millimeters between centimeters, while the little lines on an English ruler mark the eighths and 16ths between inches. Some English rule...
How to Use a Ruler Line
Rulers are a tool of measurement. Most rulers have at least one or two scales along the edge. Metric (centimeters and millimeters) and imperial (inches and feet) are used to measure an object, distance or thickness. The lines and numbers along the edge...
A ruler, sometimes called a rule or line gauge, is an instrument used in geometry,
technical drawing, printing, engineering and building to measure distances or ...
Article describes all of those little lines and markings.
Get an English ruler. You will know it is an English ruler because it will have 12
lines that denote inches on the ruler. 12 inches equals 1 foot (0.3 m). The 1 foot ...
A standard ruler is 12 inches or 1 foot long. 3 standard rulers measure 1 yard or
36 inches. A ruler that is 36 inches long is called a yard stick. To use a ruler, line
Reading a metric ruler is pretty simple- no fractions, everything converts nicely in
factors of 10, ... Numerator: The number above the line in a common fraction
Nov 22, 2011 ... You made it very easy for me to learn how to finally read a ruler. .... I'm 106 and
finally learning how to use a ruler, I'm trying to measure how ...
Jul 31, 2010 ... This video will help learn the basics of reading an inch ruler using ... are on the
16th scale, just count five of the shortest lines and that's 5/16's.
Jul 23, 2009 ... This is the revised video of a math lesson teaching students how to measure line
segments in inches and half inches with a ruler. The handouts ...