Vernier Caliper

A vernier calliper is defined as a measuring device that is used for the measurement of linear dimensions.

Dial Vernier Caliper

Dial Vernier Caliper for measuring internal and external distances with accuracy

The least count of vernier callipers is also known as the vernier constant. It is defined as the difference between one main scale division and one vernier scale division.

The least count of vernier callipers is 0.02 mm.

The gear tooth caliper is used for the testing of gear teeth. The vertical scale measures the depth of teeth from the top to the pitch line, and the horizontal scale measures the thickness of teeth in the pitch line.

Its idea was first conceived at Vernier in southern Germany. It was first designed by a French mathematician, Pierre Vernier. Which of the following measurements cannot be made by a vernier calliper?