Printable, free millimeters (mm) to inches (in) fraction chart and cheat sheet
Whether you’re a student or a worker who needs to know measures in millimeters and inches, this mm to inches fraction chart will be very useful to you. It’s the fastest way of knowing equivalent measures in those two measurement systems. Get this inch fraction chart for free below.
Printable millimeters (mm) to inches (in) fraction chart and cheatsheet
Inches and millimeters are part of two different measuring systems. The American system uses inches, as well as other measuring units. The rest of the world (95% of it, at least), uses the metric system, created in France in 1932. Several debates have taken place to discuss the reluctance of the U.S. to adopt this system since it’s more efficient and easier to learn. In fact, kids in school are already learning it together with the imperial system. That’s why you’ll often find that all sorts of products come with units of both measuring systems.
If you’re not very good at math or don’t have a calculator at hand, you can always use this resource to get equivalent amounts in each system. That can have a lot of practical applications in your daily life.
- It can be useful for students to solve math problems involving length/distance.
- It can help carpenters and architects when creating blueprints.
- Also, it can be a useful teaching/learning resource.
If you want to be accurate with your measurements in both systems, you have to get this inch to mm chart.
How to use it?
Our mm to inches chart comes
Using this inch fraction chart is a piece of cake. Here’s how to use it:
- Download and print it out.
- Whenever you get a number in mm, you can check its equivalent in inches, and vice-versa.
It takes only two steps to find out the right measure of things. Here are some real-life examples:
- To know how many mm or inches a TV has.
- If a rule set or other measuring tools don’t have inches or mm.
- To measure small wooden parts in modeling.
- To measure artistic compositions.
- And more.
Are you prepared to do it correctly?
Download the best mm to inches chart for free here
We’ve created a very useful and free resource for you to download. In it, you’ll find inches from 1 to 100 and the equivalent amount in millimeters. You can also get in PDF or in PNG format, which is lighter, and easier to visualize in smartphones.
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