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ANUJ KUMAR RAJPUT

WHY IN VERNIER WE MULTIPLY NO. OF DIVIVSION BY LEAST COUNT

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Least count is the value of one division of vernier scale.Since we take the vernier value with the particular vertical line of vernier scale that exactly concides with the vertical line of main scale while measurement,we have to add this value with main scale value.For example say,n th line of vernier scale matches with a particular division of main scale,the final reading will be value of main scale reading+value of n th line of vernier scale x Least count(i.e value of one div of vernier scale).

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Venier caliper measurement it is relay based on individual judgement which is normally called say  + or  -  addendum or dedendum.

As long as the deferential is not outrageous to the extent it will not work as expected, this is more reason we still experiencing vibration son our machines.

However all we are looking for is an accuracy.

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