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Between one and 2 inches. If your ruler is spaced in 10ths, it would be the 6th marking between the two(one past half) if it's spaced in 8ths, it would be around the 5th marking. If it's spaced in 16ths, it would be halfway between the 9th and 10th.

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The answer is 0.63 inches (approx.). Inches and centimeters are both units of linear measurement. Inches are used in the imperial system whereas centimeters are used in the metric system. To convert from cm to inches, multiply the cm unit by 0.393701.

0.629921 inches.

Exactly 1.6 inches.

It is 1 and 6/10 inches on a ruler

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Beetwen one and 1 inches

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1 and 9/16

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1 9/16 inches

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1 9/16 inch

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Your standard aluminum soda can is 4-13/16 inches.

Just a "smidge" under 3 11/16 inches. That's as close as you're going to get it on a ruler based on 1/16th inch increments. (From a graphic artist who has struggled with this one forever.)

It is 2/10 past the one inch mark on a ruler.

It is one score down from 4.3 inches on an extreme high-precision ruler.

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the 9th mark on a ruler in inches is 9/16 inches for centimeters its 9/10 cm.

Between 7/8 and 15/16

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My ruler is not that accurate, but it looks like 15/16 to me.

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Your standard aluminum soda can is 4-13/16 inches.

Where is 0.71 inches on the ruler

It is 3/10 of an inch before 2 inches on the ruler

It's between 9/16 and 5/8

1.18 inches on a ruler would be located between the 1 inch and 2 inch markings on the ruler. It would be slightly closer to the 1 inch mark than the 2 inch mark. Keep in mind that most rulers are divided into 16 equal parts per inch, with each tick mark representing 1/16 of an inch. So, on a standard ruler, the 1.18 inches mark would be located slightly beyond the 18/16 (1.125) mark and slightly before the 19/16 (1.1875) mark.

3.166667 inches is 3.166667 inches, whether on a ruler or anywhere else.

You will not find an ordinary ruler which shows 1.69 inches. This would require each inch to be divided into 100 subdivisions which is not realistic for an ordinary ruler. Normal rulers give numbered lines for inches and either 10 or 16 unnumbered subdivisions of inches (there are other numbers of subdivisions but they are less common). If 10 divisions, then 1.69 inches is a tiny bit less than 1 inch and 7 of the ten divisions. If an inch has 16 divisions then 1 and 11 (of 16) subdivisions is 1.6875 - nearly 1.69 inches.