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How to Read a Centimeter Ruler?

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A centimeter ruler should have the centimeters marked with a bigger line along the edge with the numbers 1,2,3 etc. The small lines in between those numbers are millimeters and it takes ten of them to make one centimeter.
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Q&A Related to "How to Read a Centimeter Ruler?"
1. Notice the ruler's larger markings are labeled centimeters (cm) and the smaller markings are labeled millimeters (mm) and that the ruler measures a total of 12 inches on one side
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You would show 13 centimeters.
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It just depends on how long the ruler is. If you mean the standard 12" ruler,
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