# Where is an inch and 5/8 on a ruler?

## Where is an inch and 5/8 on a ruler?

Five-eighths inch on a ruler is a mark past 1/2 inch and before 1 inch. If the ruler divides the inches into eighths, 5/8 inch is the fifth mark on the ruler from the left side….What does 5/8 look like on a ruler?

Fraction Decimal Millimeters
9⁄16” 0.5625 14.2875

What is 5/8 on a number line?

To mark 5/8; move five parts on the right-side of zero. To mark -1 3/8 i.e. -11/8; move eleven parts on the left-side of zero. To mark -7/8; move seven parts on the left-side of zero.

What is the fraction 5 8 equivalent to?

10/16
Decimal and Fraction Conversion Chart

Fraction Equivalent Fractions
5/8 10/16 20/32
7/8 14/16 28/32
1/9 2/18 4/36
2/9 4/18 8/36

### What is 5/8 converted into inches?

Five feet and 8 inches is equivalent to 68 inches.

What is .1 of an inch on a ruler?

The very first line on the left hand side of the ruler is the 1/16 of an inch mark. Between 0 and 1 inch, there are marks that denote 1/16, 2/16 (or 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), 11/16, 12/16 (3/4), 13/16, 14/16 (or 7/8), 15/16, 16/16 (or 1) of an inch.

What is a 10th of an inch?

Tenths. In machining, where the thou is often treated as a basic unit, 0.0001 inches (2.54 micrometres) can be referred to as “one tenth”, meaning “one tenth of a thou” or “one ten thousandth”. (The metric comparison is discussed below.)

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