Q: What is 0.9 inches on a ruler?

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It is 2.25 inches - whether on a ruler or on a measuring tape or whatever.

the 9th mark on a ruler in inches is 9/16 inches for centimeters its 9/10 cm.

Whether on a ruler or anywhere else, it is still 1.35 inches. No ruler is graduated with at that level of detail. A tenth of an inch is typical. So you want a point halfway between 1.3 inches and 1.4 inches. Alternatively, you can draw a line of 1.35*2 = 2.7 inches (the ruler will measure that) and then bisect it.

1 ruler (12 inches) is 30.48cm

On a 12 inch ruler, the 1/3 point would be 12/3, or at 4 inches.

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Depends on the length of the ruler A 6 inch ruler would show 6 whole inches A 12 inch ruler would show 12 whole inches.

On the Imperial Scale Rule ; it is divided into 12 inches, which is 1 foot.

It is 2/10 past the one inch mark on a ruler.

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It depends on the ruler. Common units are inches or centimetres.

The customary ruler uses both inches and centimeters.

12 inches, which is 1 foot which is the size of a ruler.

6 inches is half of a foot. A ruler is 1 foot so 6 inches is half of a ruler

One third of 8.5 inches is 2.83... inches. Whether on a ruler or anything else.

because 1 foot is the size of a ruler and there are 12 inches in 1 ruler