# Often asked: How To Read A Tape Measure Lesson Plan?

## What is a Class 1 tape measure?

Classes explained Class 1 rated tapes are the most accurate and an error of no more than ±1.1mm over a 10m length can be anticipated, where a steel tape is used with a pulling force of 50N at 20°.

## How many 16ths are in an inch?

On a ruler there are 16 sixteenths in an inch.

## What is length and width?

1. Length is describing how long something is while width is describing how wide an object is. 2.In geometry, length pertains to the longest side of the rectangle while width is the shorter side. Length can also refer to an extent of time or a measure of distance.

## What is the characteristics of tape measure?

It consists of a ribbon of cloth, plastic, fibre glass, or metal strip with linear-measurement markings. It is a common measuring tool. Its design allows for a measure of great length to be easily carried in pocket or toolkit and permits one to measure around curves or corners.

## Where is CM in tape measure?

Most tapes feature imperial units (inches) on the top row and metric units (centimeters) on the bottom.

## How do you write measurements?

It needs to be written Length X Width X Height. That is standard for measurements. It makes no difference in the order you have them listed.

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## How do you count inches with your fingers?

The first joint of an index finger is about 1 inch long. When a hand is spread wide, the span from the tip of the thumb to the tip of the pinkie is about 9 inches; from the tip of the thumb to the tip of the index finger, around 6 inches. It’s about 18 inches from the elbow to the tip of the middle finger.