Reviewing: Fowler 52-522-101 Dial Indicator and Magnetic Base Set, 1″ Measuring Range, 2.25″ Dial Diameter, 6″ Base Height, 50lb. Magnetic Pull

Fowler 52-522-101 Dial Indicator and Magnetic Base Set, 1″ Measuring Range, 2.25″ Dial Diameter, 6″ Base Height, 50lb. Magnetic Pull

Fowler 52-522-101 Dial Indicator and Magnetic Base Set, 1
The and includes a dial with white American Gage Design (AGD) Group 2, 2-1/4″ dial face, continuous dial readings, a 1″ measuring , 0.0001″ graduations, a revolution counter, and tolerance markers, and is designed for taking measurements in machining, layout, and inspection work. The indicator has a satin chrome finish that resists corrosion. The dial has microfine black graduations for 0-100 continuous readings, and a revolution counter for longer measurements. A knurled bezel rotates 360 degrees to zero the reading at any location and tolerance markers allow operators to quickly observe limits. The lug back can be mounted on the magnetic base. All exposed metal on the magnetic base has a black anodized finish to resist corrosion. The assembled base has an overall height of 6 inches. The base has a 50lb. magnetic and is 1.5 x 1.5 x 1.75″ (H x W x D). (H is height, the vertical distance from lowest to highest point;

  • Fowler and magnetic base set is designed for taking measurements in machining, layout, and inspection work
  • 2-1/4″ dial with 1″ measuring range, 0.001″ graduations, tolerance indicators, and revolution counter
  • Lug back for mounting on the base
  • Includes 1″ indicator and magnetic base, sidearm, swivel clamp and fitted case
  • Magnetic base with black anodized finish is 1.5 x 1.5 x 1.75″ (H x W x D), has a 50lb. magnetic pull, a 4.5″ sidearm, and a total height of 6″

List Price: $ 86.36

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Question by xo: The measure of an exterior angle?
In triangle PQR, the measure of the exterior angle at P is 28 degrees less than the measure of angle QPR. What is the measure of the exterior angle at P?

– I don’t even know what this question is asking me it’s so confusing!

Best answer:

Answer by cidyah
the measure of the exterior angle at P + angle QPR =180

Let measure of angle QPR = x
(x-28)+ x=180
2x-28=180
2x=152
x=76

Therefore, the measure of the exterior angle at P is 76 degrees.

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    • Clifford Deutscher
    • April 20, 2014
    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Nice basic tool, October 2, 2013
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    This review is from: Fowler 52-522-101 Dial Indicator and Magnetic Base Set, 1″ Measuring Range, 2.25″ Dial Diameter, 6″ Base Height, 50lb. Magnetic Pull (Misc.)
    Nice for the price but it is the basic package. Magnetic base works well. There is no “fine adjustment” feature. Seems to do the job for my auto restoration project (engine clearance set-up, out of round checking, TDC, end play, etc). It arrived before the scheduled date.

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    • Anonymous
    • April 20, 2014
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Price is right, February 15, 2014
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    This review is from: Fowler 52-522-101 Dial Indicator and Magnetic Base Set, 1″ Measuring Range, 2.25″ Dial Diameter, 6″ Base Height, 50lb. Magnetic Pull (Misc.)
    Definitely worth the price. I got Fowler for this, a back plunger and a dial test and the only thing bad to say is the mounts are kinda chinsy. But they will work just a pita sometimes.

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    • millerglen
    • April 20, 2014

    The measure of the angle QPR plus the measure of the exterior angle at P are supplementary. Which means the sum of the two angles equal 180 degrees.

    So write out what’s given:

    Let x = the measure of angle QPR
    x – 28 = the measure of the exterior angle at P

    The sum of the two angles equals 180 so it follows that
    x + (x – 28) = 180
    2x – 28 = 180
    2x = 208
    x = 104

    104 – 28 – 76

    The measure of the exterior angle at P = 76 degrees.

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