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Q: How do you use a ruler to measure the nearest inch?

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if your question is explain how to use a ruler to measure to the nearest inch the answer would be...you have to see what inch is the object your measuring to closest to

It depends on your ruler and what units are on your ruler. To measure to the nearest inch just find the inch measurement and round up or down to get to the nearest inch in your measurement is between two whole numbers.

teach our child where the one is on the inch side

An inch ruler

When you use near-obsolete measurement units.

You could use a ruler or a tape measure for this

The use of ruler is to measure length.

Measure to the nearest inch 1-2 inch1-4 and inch

centimetres To measure an object smaller than an inch you can use a ruler. Builders often use rulers to measure things smaller than an inch. Or you can use a vernier caliper to accurately measure small things. If you r are talking about what measurements you use then you use parts of an inch ie 16ths or 8ths or 32nds of an inch. Click on 'related links' below to see a picture of a vernier caliper.

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You could use a ruler or tape measure graduated in centimetre and in metres, respectively. Or measure to a higher degree of accuracy and then round the results as required.

Yes, you can use a metric ruler to measure length.

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