Multifaceted leaning on smooth standing ring.
LEARNING RING SIZE

Tungsten carbide, WC, is very hard ( ≥ 8.5 ) and a good conductor.

KNOW YOUR FINGER SIZE!

1. Print copies of ring size data paper for the left hand and for theright hand.



2. Fill in the data: Name, Class, Date and Ring Size(s) for each finger. You might want a tight size page and a just right or easy to get on and off size page for each hand.

Ask your jewler to help.

3. Convert ring size(s) to inches on each finger for each page using this link for a conversion page.


Record both inside diameter and inside circumference.


Did you take the inside diameter and circumference in inches or millimetres? ( 2.54 centimeters for 1.0 inches }



Take another trip to your jeweler.
4. Check the rings you have to see if their size is what you thought it should be for the finger you put each one on.

5. Write a page to attach to your ring size data pages to tell about what you have learned about your fingers and rings.

Multifaceted base holding smooth ring.

CALCULUS VS RING PAPER








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