# What is 19 32 on a tape measure?

18/32” reduces to 9/16” and 20/32” reduces to 5/8”, therefore 19/32” is the 1/32 mark between 9/16” and 5/8”.

## What is 3 32 on a tape measure?

For example, an object that is three lines beyond the 3-inch mark on a tape measure marked in thirty-seconds would be 3 and 3/32 inches long.

## How many 16th are in an inch?

In this case, there are 16 units of smaller quantity (1/16 inch) in one unit of the larger quantity. Multiply the larger-quantity amount by the number of smaller units per unit of the larger quantity. Multiplying 16 by 0.5 gives you 8, so 8/16 equals 0.5 inches.

## How many 8th are in a inch?

The bottom number is how many parts make a whole. 1/8 means you have 1 and it takes 8 for a whole. You need seven more eighths to make 1 whole inch.

## How many 32nds are in a quarter of an inch?

On a quarter, it’s about 4/32nds of an inch but on a penny, it’s 2/32nds, which happens to be the minimum legal tread depth in most states.

## Why is half inch plywood not half?

The reason un-sanded plywood, such as sheathing, is described as 15/32-in. thick is to reflect the manufacturer’s tolerance of 1/32 inch, even though in layman’s terms the sheet is equivalent to a 1/2-in. sheet of plywood.

## Is OSB stronger than plywood?

OSB and plywood offer similar (and sufficient) performance in terms of strength and functionality, though plywood is about 7% stronger. Plywood will absorb moisture quicker than OSB, but consequently it will also dry quicker.

## What are the increments in an inch?

The markings on a standard ruler represent the fractions of an inch. The markings on a ruler from the start to the 1″ mark are: 1⁄16“, 1⁄8“, 3⁄16“, 1⁄4“, 5⁄16“, 3⁄8“, 7⁄16“, 1⁄2“, 9⁄16“, 5⁄8“, 11⁄16“, 3⁄4“, 13⁄16“, 7⁄8“, 15⁄16“, and 1”.

## What does 15 32 look like on a tape measure?

Since we know that 16/32 is 1/2, when looking for 15/32″ on the tape measure, for example, it is the first 32nd before the 1/2″ mark. Actually, in the field a carpenter refers to a 32nd as plus or minus a major fraction.

## Is 5mm the same as 1/4 inch?

5mm = just over 3/16 inch. 6mm = almost 1/4 inch. 7mm = almost 9/32 inch (= a bit over 1/4 inch) 8mm = 5/16 inch.

## What is a 23 out of 33?

What is this? Now we can see that our fraction is 69.69696969697/100, which means that 23/33 as a percentage is 69.697%.

## What is a 16th on a tape measure?

The 1/16-inch mark is the absolute shortest line on the tape measure. It is also the first line that you will encounter after or before a whole-inch mark.

## How many halves are in an inch?

There are 2 half-inches in one inch. How do you know? Any whole can be cut in half, and when you do that, there are 2 halves, whether that whole is a sandwich cut in half, an apple cut in half, or an inch cut in half. Two halves of anything equals a whole 1 of that thing!

## How do you measure 64th of an inch?

The 1/64 is halfway of the mark you just made from the start of the ruler and 3/64 is half way between the 1/32nd and the 1/16th mark on the ruler. IE all 3 marks are all before the first 16th mark on all rulers. Now 5/64ths is 1/4 the distance between the first and second mark.

## How do you measure nut size?

Place the end of a measuring tape on one of the flat sides of the nut’s outer perimeter. Stretch the tape measure across the nut’s diameter to the flat-side directly across from the one your pulling from. If the nut is metric, count the number of lines on the tape measure to find the measurement.

## What size plywood is best for subfloor?

The minimum thickness of plywood for subflooring is about 5/8 inch. Since it does not hold fasteners as well as plywood, OSB must be a little thicker, or at least 23/32 inch. There are several factors that determine what subfloor thickness is optimal for added benefits like insulation.

## Do they make 1 inch plywood?

There are several variations available when it comes to plywood thickness, which can have an effect on your project. Thickness of plywood ranges from 1/8 inch all the way to 1 ¼ inches.

## What holds screws better plywood or OSB?

Group 1 plywood, made from the strongest species of wood such as Southern Yellow Pine, holds screws better than OSB.

## What does CDX stand for in plywood?

CDX signifies class C to D exposed plywood. Manufactures make any type of plywood from several plies pressed firmly together to create a larger and stronger piece of plywood. Plywood usually is available in plies of three, five, seven, and nine, with the most reduced numbers denotes the highest class plywood.

## What can I use instead of OSB?

In addition to OSB, builders can choose plywood, fiberboard, rigid foam, diagonal boards, and fiberglass-faced gypsum panels.

## What is the actual size of plywood?

A standard sheet of plywood is 4′ x 8′ and will cover 32 square feet. The 4′ x 8′ size correlates to the spacing on floor joists, roof trusses or wall studs for easy installation.