math (ruler)
posted by kim .
I need help finding the mesurment in a ruler the little bitty mark could you pull up a ruler for me with all the marks .
 math (ruler)  Ms. Sue

math (ruler) 
Anonymous
I still need to know what the little mark stand for.

math (ruler) 
Ms. Sue
On some rulers, the smallest mark is 1/16 of an inch. On others it's 1/8 of an inch. Count the number of little marks in an inch to find out what your ruler shows.
Or  if your ruler shows millimeters and centimeters, the smallest mark is a millimeter. 
math (ruler) 
laurah
I just need to be shown what 7.00mm looks like on a ruler.
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