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Hi Marka,

The metric system is based on 10s.

The Imperial system is not based on 10s. For example, there are 12 inches in a foot, 3 feet in a yard, and 1,760 yard in a mile, etc.

Typically inches are broken in halves, then quarters, then eights, the sixteenths, then thirty-seconds, etc.

Good luck,

Paul

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Well 8.81" is in tenths, 8 is the whole inches while .81 is .01 over 8 tenths of an inch as many rulers I have seen carry tenths this would be a say half a line division more from the eight tenths point.

you may do better converting it to mm which would be 22.3774cm or 223.774mm with a simple inch to cm multiplier of 2.54 though this I think is rounded up.
If you want a non metric answer then you are in small fractions which I have not seen used much for many years in general practice 32nds 64ths and 128ths is the highest I have seen but that was many years ago.

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The initial population of a town 2800, and it grows with doubling time of 10 years. What wil the population be in 12 years


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