Q: What is a term for a ruler?

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Hanging indent is the term for the bottom triangle at the 0 mark on a horizontal ruler.

A WOOD RULER A STONE RULER A IRON RULER A DIAMOND RULER A EMERALD RULER

On a 30cm ruler you can't get it exactly, you need a higher tech ruler which has the markings of 2.54cm. If you have a normal ruler you have to estimate.

The answer will depend on how long the ruler is!

That will depend on the size of the ruler and what it is made out of. A plastic or wooden ruler will be very light, maybe an ounce. A steel ruler will weigh much more.

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The foot ruler term came about from the measure used on a ruler which is exactly twelve inches long. A foot is a standard measure therefore came the foot ruler to represent one unit of measurement.

The Turkish term Sultan means "ruler" or "king." It is commonly used to refer to the ruler of an empire or a sovereign. In historical context, the term Sultan was used to denote the supreme ruler of the Ottoman Empire.

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There isn't one... The term 'ruler' can refer to a male or female head of state.

The foot ruler term came about from the measure used on a ruler which is exactly twelve inches long. A foot is a standard measure therefore came the foot ruler to represent one unit of measurement.