2nd grade
posted by Dylan .
what is an 8th of an inch?

One inch divided into 8 equal sections.
In this oversize image, each inch is divided into 16 equal sections:
http://www.mrmyers.org/Teacher_Resources/GIFs/rulers_combo.jpg
The shortest markings indicate the 1/16thinch sections; the next shortest markings indicate the 1/8thinch sections. 
Here's a good explanation of how to read a ruler:
http://mathforum.org/library/drmath/view/58333.html
Sra 
social studies grade2 about family tree

CAN YOU HELP ME
Respond to this Question
Similar Questions

8th grade
im in advanced math so i do 8th grade math and i don't understand how too gragh the fractions in equations like y=2/3x+1 
english
 Computers  English  Foreign Languages  Health  Home Economics  Math  Music  Physical Education  Science  Social Studies GRADE LEVELS  Preschool  Kindergarten  Elementary School  1st Grade  2nd Grade  3rd Grade  4th … 
8th grade
write each radius from the problem situation as a power. radius of 8inch drumhead: r = radius of 18inch drumhead: r = radius of 16inch drumhead: r = 
what can i compare middle school to?
what can i compare middle school to? (use in metaphor), based on 6th, 7th, and 8th grade. for example playing monopoly 6th grade  buying properties, 7th grade adjusting to the game, 8th grade  stress over money 
math
The question that have is to simplify and write the answer in exponential notation using positive exponents 2 to 4th power x 2 2 These are my choices a 4 to the 8th power b 2 to the 8th power c 4 to the 2nd power d 2 to the 2nd power 
2nd Grade Math
What is the best way to explain 2nd grade kid, how to find one fourth of 7 
8th Grade
Me and my friend are making our own 8th grade binder, you know like writing down planns for our 8th grade year. Here are the sections:  ToDoList  Doodles (if you are bored)  Projects that are do (school plans)  Graduation Plans … 
Math
Jack needs a piece of wood at least 13/16 inch long for some detail work on a project he is working on. Which of the following lengths of wood would meet his requirements? 
8th grade math
I am in 8th grade math as a sixth grader. I am stuck on one problem. It is this: You are making a necklace that is 9 inches long. You use 6 beads for each inch. what integer is the change in your supply of beads after making the necklace? 
8TH GRADE MATH
A SOFTBALL DIAMOND IS A SQUARE WITH SIDES OF 60 FT LONG. HOW FAR IS THIRD TO FIRST BASE. ROUND TO THE NEAREST HUNDRETH. SO FROM THIRD TO FIRST IT WILL FORM A RIGHT TRIANGLE. THE LEGS ARE 60 TO 2ND POWER + 60 TO THE 2ND POWER. THE HYPOTENUSE …