One third of 8.5 inches is 2.83... inches. Whether on a ruler or anything else.
It's almost exactly 11/32" (a little under 3/8"). There is no one-third of an inch on the ruler; only halves, quarters, eighths, and sixteenths. One-third of an inch is about .85 centimeters.
There are a great many ways in which you could measure one third. You could use a ruler or measuring cup.
3 and 2/3 in.
The third ruler of Rome was its third king, Tullus Hostilius. He was said to have ruled from 673 BC to 643 BC
Just a "smidge" under 3 11/16 inches. That's as close as you're going to get it on a ruler based on 1/16th inch increments. (From a graphic artist who has struggled with this one forever.)
use the ruler as a simple balance and put an iron bar at each end. if they are the same, the ruler will not tilt and the heavier bar must be the third one. If they are different, then the heavier bar is the one that tilts the ruler down.
Cleopatra was queen of Egypt, and you may not know that there was more than one Egyptian queen by that name. The famous one, the one considered the last ruler of ancient Egypt, was perhaps the third or fourth.
It is between 1 and 2: approx one third of the way from 1 to 2.
one in every 3 lines is 1/3 of the 3 lines
Akbar the Great was the ruler from 1556 to 1605. He was the third ruler of the Mughal Dynasty.
His name was Ashoka, the third ruler of the Mauryan Empire.
Naram Sin was a ruler of the Akkadian Empire third after Sargon.
Berlin was the capital of the Third Reich, whose ruler was Hitler.
Chandragupta Mauryan the third.
For most of time military ruled Pakistan . Second ruler is Muslim League and third ruler is PPP.
King George the Third
When using a standard ruler, one side is in inches and one is in centimeters. There are 30 centimetres in a ruler. (There are 12 inches on a ruler)
The one that came after the eighth ruler of course.
He was the third ruler during the Mamluk Dynasty of Delhi.
The answer will depend on how long the ruler is!