# 7 16 On A Ruler

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The red marks on this ruler are at 1/16, 1/8, 3/16, 1/4, 5/16, 3/8, 7/16, 1/2, 9/16, 5/8, 11/16, 3/4, 13/16, 7/8, 15/16, and 1. When marking down a distance from a ruler, mark the whole inch, followed by a space, then the fraction of an inch. For example, 1 1/2, or 2 3/8.
The very first line on the left hand side of the ruler is the 1/16 of an inch mark.. 1/8), 3/16, 4/16 (or 1/4), 5/16, 6/16 (or 3/8), 7/16, 8/16 (or 1/2), 9/16, 10/16 (or 5/8), .
1/8-inch point, the 5/8-inch point, the 7/8-inch point, the 1 5/8-inch point, and the 2 3/8-inch point. Also, find these same points on the ruler that measures in 16th .
How to read a standard ruler. A non metric ruler.. A ruler is used to measure units of length, inches, feet and yards.. 7/8 is the same as 14/16. Related page
As well as the 16" marks, notice a black diamond mark every 19.2 inches, also. For instance, 13/32 is 1/32 less than 14/32 or 7/16, so we say "7/16 minus" and .
Reading a ruler to one sixteenth of an inch. Tools. Matching a measurement marked on a ruler to the appropriate fraction of an inch. Washington GLE. 7/16" .