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This is a convenient online ruler that could be calibrated to actual size, measurements in cm, mm and inch. In order to accurately measure the length of your item, we strongly recommend that you calibrate the ruler first, set the pixels per inch to your own device. This is useful to me and welcome to share it or use it.
Dragging ruler adjuster left or right to fit the size of your reference object, remember to save the setting for next time, after save the setting, refresh your brower to check the result. On the most popular browsers you can press the F5 key or click on the refresh button.
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This ruler measure in two different units of length, inches on one side (English ruler) and centimeters on the other side (metric ruler). A metric ruler is use to measure centimeter(cm) and millimeter(mm), the centimeter is a unit of length in the International System of Units; An English ruler provides incremental measurements in inches, with each inch further divided into smaller fractions.
Read an English ruler using fractions of an inch. The distance between any two large numbered lines is 1 inch. The large unnumbered line that is halfway between them is 1/2 inch. The smaller (but still prominent) line between the 1/2 mark and the numbered inch line is 1/4 inch. The tiny little lines between all of the more prominent lines are 1/16 inch.
Observe the much simpler metric rulers. The distance between any two large numbered lines is 1 cm. The prominent line between any two numbered lines is 1/2 cm. The small lines between the 1/2 mark and the numbered centimeter mark are 1/10 cm, otherwise known as a millimeter.
Record distances by the name of the line that it most closely matches. If the length of an object goes to one mark past the halfway mark on your ruler then it will be 9/16 inch on an English ruler or 6/10 cm (or 6 mm) on a metric ruler.
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