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## Where is .75 inches on a ruler?

Fraction, Decimal, and Millimeter Equivalent Measurements

Fraction | Decimal | Millimeters |
---|---|---|

3⁄4“ | 0.75 | 19.05 |

13⁄16“ | 0.8125 | 20.6375 |

7⁄8“ | 0.875 | 22.225 |

15⁄16“ | 0.9375 | 23.8125 |

### Where do you start reading a ruler?

Make sure you read the ruler from left to right. If you are measuring something, align it with the left side of the zero mark on the ruler. The left side of the line where the object ends will be its measurement in inches.

**Can I take measurements with my phone?**

Google’s augmented reality app “Measure” turns ARCore-compatible Android smartphones into digital measuring tapes, as reported by Ars Technica. Using the app appears to be rather simple. Simply launch Measure, point the phone’s camera to an object, then pick two points to measure the distance in between.

**Do phones have ruler?**

It can be pretty uncomfortable to carry a ruler around everywhere with you in your pocket. Downloading an Android ruler app is a good alternative for when you need to measure something in a pinch.

## Is there an app to measure inches?

### How do you read a ruler measurement chart?

A properly functioning hook will move slightly.

**How do you read a metric ruler?**

Determine the number of centimeters by identifying the number just before the end of the object.

**How do you read millimeters on a ruler?**

How do you read mm on a ruler? Locate the zero end of the ruler, and then count each individual mark along the edge of the ruler. Each mark represents 1 millimeter or mm, so counting five marks is the same as counting 5 millimeters, counting 10 marks is the same as counting 10 millimeters and so on.

## How do you calculate ruler measurement?

To find length,locate the longest side of the area to be measured.