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graph paper

paper printed with intersecting lines, usually horizontal and vertical and equally spaced, for drawing graphs, diagrams, etc.
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Also found in the vehicle was a pad of graph paper with a piece of paper missing that was identical in size and shape to the demand note, the prosecutor said.
So, they measure the wall of the house, and the side yard, and draw it on the graph paper to a scale where one foot equals two squares.
Some of these materials include dice, coins, cards, colored cubes, chips, spinners, graph paper, squares, and objects for making concrete graphs and, of course, calculators and computers.
Velasco eventually traded his slide rule and graph paper for needle and thread.
To work out how many boards you need, measure the height of the walls at each end and the width of each wall, top and bottom, then draw a room plan to scale on graph paper and mark off any doors or windows.
I took my basal body temperature every morning before getting out of bed and recorded the results on graph paper.
a) These instructions, copies of the necessary graphs, and some graph paper.
The heart's electrical signals cause a pen to draw lines across a strip of graph paper in the ECG machine (see diagram below).
She began taking inventory of the park's trees and mapped them by hand on oversized sheets of graph paper.
Am I a Luddite who really wants to go back to the age of graph paper and manual plotting?
Sponsored by PhotoShelter's partners, including Adorama Camera, Graph Paper Press, and Agency Access, The Photography Blog Handbook marks the 5th installment in PhotoShelter's series of free e-books on online marketing for photography businesses.

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