How do you use a level?

already exists.

Would you like to merge this question into it?

already exists as an alternate of this question.

Would you like to make it the primary and merge this question into it?

exists and is an alternate of .

Simple tool.

Levels come in a variety of sizes for a variety of uses. From tiny line levels to the 5-6 foot carpenter levels. All have one thing in common, the bubble. All have one or more bubble gauges, a slightly bent glass tube filled with colored fluid and a bubble. Most bubble gauges have two marks denoting the center of the glass. When the bubble rest between the marks, what you are checking is level.
Put the level on whatever you are leveling. Move the object until the bubble is center, between the two lines. That is your level point.
1 person found this useful

What levels of volleyball are available in the US?

\nWell first there is club volleyball and age levels in club go from 12 to 18 years old. Then there is high school volleyball, but many parts of the United States do not offe

Can you get A levels in the US?

Yes, Many (but by no means all) public school systems in the US offer advanced placement high school education. One that comes readily to mind is the Thomas Jefferson High Sch

What is a service level agreement and what is it used for?

Where one party delivers services to another, it is a good idea to have some kind of agreement setting out the basis on which the service is provided. Such agreements would no

Why you use level shifter?

in electronics a Level shifter is use when u want take a Bipolar signal and feed it into a unipolar application. Ex. having a signal that swings from -10v to +10v and needi

How do you use floor leveler?

You mix it according to the instructions and pour it into the low areas as needed. While it is still liquid, it flows and produces a level surface. See Link
In Construction Tools

Does a masoner uses a spirit level?

Yes, a mason would use a spirit level often to make sure his layers of stone or brick were level.
In Math and Arithmetic

How do you use an engineers precision level?

If you mean a 'spirit level' then when the line is in the center of the bubble then the object being measured is horizontal to the ground.