Q: Is the little lines a ruler centimeters?

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* Yard stick * Ruler * Protractor * Centimeters

you read a ruler by conting the little lines first

The "tiny lines" that make up an inch on a ruler are centimeters.

Centimeters:)

Usually centimeters...the smaller ones are millimeters. To judge, there are 2.54 centimeters in an inch.

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There are 10 milimeters in 1 centimetre. The numbers on a ruler are usually centimeters. The little un-numbered lines that divide up the centimeters mark the milimeters.

u call them centimeters.

They are called millimeter lines.

Go to the side that says centimeters, look for the number 6 and then count 8 of the little lines up towards 7.

The lines between centimeters on a ruler or measuring tape represent millimeters, which are smaller units of measurement than centimeters. There are 10 millimeters in one centimeter.

* Yard stick * Ruler * Protractor * Centimeters

you read a ruler by conting the little lines first

The "tiny lines" that make up an inch on a ruler are centimeters.

Centimeters:)

Usually centimeters...the smaller ones are millimeters. To judge, there are 2.54 centimeters in an inch.

A standard metric ruler is just slightly longer than 30 centimetres and slightly longer than 12 inches.The "slightly longer" is for the extra bits of ruler that stick out in front of the 0 (zero) cm/in at the beginning of the ruler and behind the 30 cm/12 in mark at the end of the ruler

I believe they are called graduations