## How is 30 thousandths written?

Since 30 thousandths is 30 over one thousand, 30 thousandths as a Fraction is 30/1000. If you divide 30 by one thousand you get 30 thousandths as a decimal which is 0.030. The decimal 0.36 is pronounced “thirty-six hundredths” or “zero point thirty-six”. It is equal to the fraction 36/100.

## How thick is 100 thousandths of an inch?

mil mm inch
20 0.508 0.02
30 0.762 0.03 1/32 in.
60 1.524 0.06 1/16 in
100 2.54 0.1 3//32 in

## How do you write 10 thousandths?

Ten-thousandths have four digits after the decimal point. There may be zeros after the decimal point. The decimal 0.064 is pronounced “sixty-four thousandths” or “zero point zero six four”….

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## What is 1/10 of an inch on ruler?

There are 10 tenths of an inch in one inch. As one inch equals 2.54 centimeters, one tenth of an inch equals 0.254 centimeters. In some contexts, a tenth of an inch can also be referred to as a line.

## What is a one tenth?

One tenth is the same as one out of ten parts. It is a common fraction that means the same as 10% or 0.1.

## Is 0.2 inches of ice a lot?

With widespread ice accumulations of over 1/2 inch, there is severe tree damage and power outages may last for days.

## Is a tenth of an inch of ice a lot?

A tenth of an inch of freezing rain becomes a nuisance. It’s not enough for power outages, but it can cause sidewalks and overpasses/bridges to turn slick. A half an inch of ice damages trees. Widespread power outages become more likely.

## Is one tenth of an inch of ice dangerous?

One-tenth of an inch of ice will cause slick spots on some roads and walkways. Think of one-tenth of an inch as a light glaze. A quarter-inch of ice can cause big problems, causing tree branches to snap and powerlines to fail. Bridges and overpasses are especially dangerous.

## How much ice is needed to bring down a tree?

Just to give you an idea, a layer of ice that’s a fourth of an inch to half an inch thick can break smaller branches. It would take half an inch of ice or more to break a large branch. But, the amount of ice isn’t the only consideration—some tree types are more tolerant to ice damage.

## How dangerous is an inch of ice?

When a quarter-inch or more of ice builds up, severe impacts can result. Ice can increase the weight of tree branches up to 30 times and can add 500 pounds of extra weight to power lines. Consequently, tree branches, power lines and power poles can fall.

## Why can ICE be dangerous?

Heavy accumulations of ice can bring down trees and topple utility poles and communication towers. Ice can disrupt communications and power for days while utility companies repair extensive damage. Even small accumulations of ice can be extremely dangerous to motorists and pedestrians.

## How much ice does it take to cause power outages?

According to most meteorologists, just one quarter of an inch of ice accumulation can add about 500 pounds (230 kg) of weight per line span. Damage from ice storms is easily capable of shutting down entire metropolitan areas.

## What should someone do if they are caught in a ice storm?

1. WHAT TO DO WHEN YOU ARE. CAUGHT IN A WINTER STORM.
2. • People die in traffic accidents on icy roads.
3. • Find shelter. • Try to stay dry.
4. • Build a fire for heat and to attract attention.
5. • Stay in your car or truck.
6. and toes to keep blood circulating and to keep warm.
7. etc., use fire safeguards and proper ventilation.