Q: What is the least count of half meter rod?

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the weight should be change by the diameter of the rod.one rod length is thirteen meter and it should be measured in meter only. The formulae to find the weight of rod is d square /162 and you wil get unit weight then multiply it in length then u got a weight of the rod.

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A metre rod will be in the state of neutral equilibrium.This is because its centre of gravity remains same whether its raised or not.It has a fixed centre of gravity.

12x12x.785x7.85x1000/1000000=.89gram/meter DIAxPi/4xDensityxLength in mm /1000000=gram/lenght in mm Enjoy! Great Mrid

Mass and distance don't go together to make force.(Or anything else, actually. One kilogram-meter has no physical significance. One kilogramper meter might be the density of a uniform solid like a rod or a wire.).You can make force out of mass and acceleration.

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Least count is the smallest form of measurement that a specific measuring instrument can accurately measure by. So meter stick uses 1m and 100cm and 1000mm. Thus mm is the least count for a meter stick.

The smallest division is 1mm (one milli metre). There 1000 divisions of 1mm in a 1 m (one metre) rule.

There are 100 centimeters in a meter.

792.5 three-meter lengths.

A meter rod may not fit cross-wise inside a breaker (whatever that is).

One meter long. One meter is equal to 39.37 inches, just a little over a yard.

the weight should be change by the diameter of the rod.one rod length is thirteen meter and it should be measured in meter only. The formulae to find the weight of rod is d square /162 and you wil get unit weight then multiply it in length then u got a weight of the rod.

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Probably because the meter stick is not accurate enough to measure the small amount of expansion of the rod. You need something smaller and more accurate.

Probably because the meter stick is not accurate enough to measure the small amount of expansion of the rod. You need something smaller and more accurate.

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