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www.reference.com/article/size-6-gauges-94d2907bb6e6100d

Size six ear gauges are considered to be larger than average. Most earlobes are initially pierced with an 18- or 20-gauge needle. Gauge sizes typically range between size 20 and 00, with 00 being the largest.

www.reference.com/science/pressure-gauges-work-8abe609ab09ba311

A pressure gauge allows a fluid to enter from the item or equipment being measured and reacts by moving a calibrated rod inside it. The pressure can be correctly read when the rod has moved to its maximum position.

www.reference.com/world-view/zero-error-micrometer-screw-gauge-3fdd5ecfec16367d

The zero error of a micrometer screw gauge occurs when the flat end of the screw touches the stud or anvil, and the gauge reads other than zero. If there is an error, it results in a positive or negative calculation. However, well-calibrated micrometers that are in good condition measure close to ze

www.reference.com/article/happened-pitch-perfect-2-a79ed57af08e8c22

Set 3 years after the Barden Bellas claimed the national title and became the first entirely female group to ever win a national a cappella competition, "Pitch Perfect 2" follows the lives of the group after the president's botched performance leads to a scandal that strips them of their performing

www.reference.com/article/temperature-gauges-work-95d4b27a17a4fd88

Modern cars use electric temperature gauges to keep track of radiator and engine temperature. They operate like a voltmeter, with a special hairpin-like assembly opening and closing to create an electrical circuit. Old cars used a Bourdon Tube, which is a mechanical temperature gauge.

www.reference.com/article/gauge-thickness-bd26ab9dcd28cd20

Gauge, when applied to sheet metal, is used to determine the thickness of a single piece of sheet metal, with lower numerical values indicative of increasing levels of thickness. There are a number of standard gauge measurements in use, each with slightly different standard thickness.

www.reference.com/science/pitch-sound-446bccfe0fc3e72a

The pitch of a sound is the ear and brain interpreting the frequency of the sound. When there is a high frequency, the ear interprets the sound as a higher pitch, and when the frequency is low, the ear hears a low pitch. Pitch has been standardized and uses "cents" as a unit of measurement.

www.reference.com/article/fuel-gauge-work-5064c601173e8af0

There are two main parts to a fuel gauge: the sender and the gauge. The sender is a float that is in the car's gas tank. The sender tells the gauge how much fuel is left in the tank, and this information is displayed on the dash of the car.

www.reference.com/article/angle-4-12-pitch-32b0524ad99eca8c

The angle on a 4/12 pitch is 18.43 degrees. The pitch is the comparison of the roof rise and run.

www.reference.com/article/screw-work-f78b9838adef0f52

Rotating a screw advances a spiraled incline into a surface. The head of a screw functions as a lever, while its threading is just a long incline that has been wrapped around a vertical shaft.