Q: What would 9 mm be on a ruler?

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To measure the mm of an item you would need to use a metric ruler. The metric ruler has cm and mm on it.

0.013 centimeters

20 mm should still be 20 mm!

With considerable difficulty! With a 30 cm ruler you can easily ascertain that the length is between 2 and 3 ruler-lengths: 600 mm and 900 mm. Maybe you can judge that the the remainder, after 600 mm is less than half of the 30 cm ruler. So that tells you that it is between 600 mm and 750 mm.

a ruler measures 15 cm .1 cm =10 mm .THis means , 1 standard ruler measures 150 mm.

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To measure the mm of an item you would need to use a metric ruler. The metric ruler has cm and mm on it.

0.013 centimeters

150 mm is equivalent to approximately 5.91 inches on a ruler that only measures in inches.

10 mm = 0.3937 inches. Direct Conversion Formula10 mm* 1 in 25.4 mm = 0.3937007874 in

94 mm on a ruler is between 90 mm and 95 mm. On a typical ruler containing both mm and inches scales, where the scales are reversed with respect to each other, 94 mm is opposite 8 5/16 inches.

25.4mm equals 1 inch so... 7 mm is 9/32 of an inch Direct Conversion Formula 7 mm* 1 in 25.4 mm = 0.2755905512 in

A small ruler is normally 150 mm. Many engineers use these.

It is 5 mm. A ruler is used for the purpose of determining sizes from 1 mm to approx 300 mm,=.

20 mm should still be 20 mm!

Less than halfway across; just barely past the 5-inch mark.