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When you are making multiple cuts on the same board, it is important to account for the width of the saw blade you use when*^*taking measurements. Often, the width of a saw blade will be 1/16 of an inch, so, if this is not accounted for, your measurements*^*will be off of an inch after four cuts or inch after eight. To correct for the width of the saw blade, simply mark each measurement*^*1/16 of an inch longer than its exact distance after your first measurement has been marked.*^*This paragraph is about: .......

A.Saw blade varieties
B.How to use a tape measure
C.Measuring practices
D.Working in the construction industry
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