Now, since we imagine these scales to represent inches and tenths, then figure 5 will read, 30.15 inches. 13. Estimation of fractions on a vernier. — In many cases it will happen that no single line on the vernier will be exactly coincident with a scale... Circular - Page 14by United States. Weather Bureau - 1909Full view - About this book
| United States. Weather Bureau - 1903
...scale line next below. Now, since we imagine these scales to represent inches and tenths, then figure **5 will read, 30.15 inches. 13. Estimation of fractions...the corresponding scale lines. In the case shown in** figure 6 the seventh and the eighth lines on the vernier are each nearly in coincidence, but neither... | |
| Charles Frederick Marvin - Barometers - 1939 - 91 pages
...scale line next below. Now, since we imagine these scales to represent inches and tenths, then Figure **5 will read 30.15 inches. 13. Estimation of fractions...the corresponding scale lines. In the case shown in** Figure 6 the seventh and the eighth lines on the vernier are each nearly in coincidence, but neither... | |
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