Concept explained and 4 practice measurements. Note: Be fluent with the 16ths and equivalent fractions before trying to make sense out of this video.
Bob and Sparky explain how to read metric vernier calipers. You can get some practice sheets at http://weldnotes.com #Vernier #WeldNotes
This video shows Step-by-Step how to convert centimeters and inches. USA standard measurements and the metric system.
This model makes it easy to understand how shear stresses develop in beams. It was inspired by a photo in the 1976 textbook, Mechanics of Materials by E.P. Popo
Forget finding common denominators when adding dissimilar fractions - this way is much faster and easier. This video also looks at how to deal with mixed number
In this video we will cover how to hold and utilize the border buddy circle ruler as well as some various ways to manupulate and use it for fun stuff! look for
How to use this tool like a boss. For the other 98% of the world using metric check out my new video on the metric speed square. https://www.youtube.com/watch
Lowes sponsored this video and asked me to review some tape measures. I test and review multiple different tapes measures and look at all their different featur
Convert one format to another and back. Skills can also apply to inches, feet, meters, seconds, really any unit of measurement.
In this video in will show you how many sooters,mm,and cm in one inch. and how to convert sooter or soot in mm. #civilengineering #civilconstruction #civiltechn
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Ratio and scale numbers explained and use shown.
http://www.VideoJoeKnows.com Tips on reading a tape measure, are coming at you....right now. Tip.....do this when reading a tape measure, on the 1/16th inch in
This video shows people new to measurement how to read a ruler to 1/16 of an inch and some software that will help them become experts!
A quick refresher on how the scale ruler works.
Understanding the inch. What do all those little black lines mean. how can I do math with those little black lines between the inch.
This is reading the 1/1000" scale which is the most common. Hopefully this helps! I have another video showing how to read the top scale (1/128") here: http:/
See how the numbers work on the dials to measure run-out or out-of-round. The idea works in fractions or decimals, metric or inch-based as well.
What do all those little lines mean anyway? A closeup look at the markings of a standard U.S. tape measure. Inch lines, 1/2" 1/4" 1/8" and 1/16" lines are expla
http://www.manufacturinget.org/ How to read an architects' scale. Video to accompany homework. ManufacturingET.org