Q: How many lines are there in inch and cm of a ruler?

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No. 1 cm is 0.39 inches. One half inch is 1.27 cm.

2 and a half cm look it up on a ruler! LOL

1 inch is equal to 2.54 cm.

There are 25.4 thousandths of an inch in 1 cm.

5.5 inches is equal to approximately 13.97 centimeters.

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an inch ruler is 2.5cm and a cm is the same but smaller.....saichona

The center of gravity on a plastic ruler would typically be located at the midpoint, which is where the ruler balances evenly when placed on a narrow edge or fulcrum. This point is usually at the 15 cm mark on a 30 cm ruler or at the 6 inch mark on a 12 inch ruler.

They are centimeters. yes they are cm but they can also refer to the points for eg 2inches the lines could refer 2.1 2.2 2.3 and so on

You count them using natural numbers: 1, 2, 3, and so on. If there are 10 lines between the 5 cm mark and the 6 cm mark then each is worth 1/10 cm. Similarly, if there are 16 lines between the 3 inch and 4 inch marks then each line is worth 1/16 inches.

2.5 cm looks like about 1 inch on a ruler

No. 1 cm is 0.39 inches. One half inch is 1.27 cm.

2 and a half cm look it up on a ruler! LOL

An inch is about 2.54 cm

No, a metre stick is adequate, but a 12 inch or 30 cm ruler would be handier and possibly perfect.No, a metre stick is adequate, but a 12 inch or 30 cm ruler would be handier and possibly perfect.

For a small ruler . There are 15 cm in 1 ruler. wheras a big ruler has 30 cm in a ruler.

A metric ruler is not a fixed length. A school ruler is normally 12 inches and this would be 30 cm, but I have a workshop ruler that is 60 cm, and you can buy longer ones. The thing to remember is that 1 inch = 2.54 cm