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    how to measure squareness with a square (get an actual measurement)

    how to measure squareness with a square (get an actual measurement)
    I am certain that most of you know how to do this
    All of my videos are for apprentices so if you know some one who could benefit by watching this video please share with them
    If you know of other interesting was of measuring
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    hi everyone I know about the squatness it’s a auto correct typo
    I fixed it on the original thumb nail but can not fix it in the video
    ray

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    The colour of light? Nah. I totally agree with you on that. In order for the gap to become a point source it has to be on the order of a wavelength. It's really cool to think about though.

    Now you got me thinking. What about clicking your multimeter to the capacitance function and putting a sheet of cellophane (or something) on your square?

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    that sounds good but over my head
    I like simple measurements I can see


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