A metric ruler is used to measure things in centimeters and millimeters with 1 centimeter equaling 10 millimeters, so a ruler will have 10 tiny millimeter lines between each centimeter to denote the millimeter. This can ... More »

The little lines on a metric ruler mark the millimeters between centimeters, while the little lines on an English ruler mark the eighths and 16ths between inches. Some English rulers may only have lines at every 1/2 inch... More »

There is one-tenth of a centimeter in a millimeter. Centimeters are one one-hundredth of a meter and millimeters are one one-thousandth of a meter; therefore, there are 10 millimeters for every centimeter. More »

A millimeter is equal to 0.001 meter, 0.0393700787402 inch and 0.1 centimeter. Finding these different measurements requires using certain conversion factors. In the SI system, millimeters is a measurement unit of length... More »

A centimeter is larger than a millimeter. In the metric system, 1 centimeter is equal to 10 millimeters. To find the answer, one also can compare both of these measurements to the meter. More »

The 1996 Acura Integra GSR had a 1,797 cubic centimeters 1.8 liter in-line four engine with an 81 millimeter bore and 87.2 millimeter stroke. Also it had a ten compression ratio, light alloy block and head, four valves p... More »

While required school supplies vary by school and by teacher, sixth-grade supply lists typically include lined composition notebooks, blue and red ink pens, a ruler, three-ring binders and subject dividers. Sixth-graders... More »