When you use near-obsolete measurement units.
It is rarely, if ever reasonable. If a high level of accuracy is required then a micrometre is better.
you need an object to measure to determine the nearest inch
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.
Yes. When your building a house it doesn't really madder how your measuring.
Go for it! I'm not gonna stop you from measuring to the nearest half inch! This is a bit vague, don't you think?
line segment to the nearest half inch is measured using the distance formula.
draw a quadrangle measure the sides to the nearest half inch writ the length next to each side .find the perimeter
Whole numbers are already rounded to the nearest half.
The answer will depend on the line!
Measure to the nearest inch 1-2 inch1-4 and inch