Aug 14, 2019

[Answer] 5. If you have ever taken a standardized test, you may have heard of the "#2" pencil. What does this rating system refer to?

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...1. The hardness or blackness of the lead 2. The size of the eraser 3. The quality of the pencil 4. The thickness of the point The Cont� process allows the manufacturer to vary the hardness or blackness of the lead by adjusting the ratio of graphite to clay. Hard pencils are useful for making precise drawings; soft and black pencils are good for sketching and drawing. There are two different rating schemes. One, invented by Faber, uses letters: ...3H, 2H, H, F, HB, B, 2B, 3B... going from hardest to softest and blackest. What the letters stand for is a mystery. H could be "hard," and B could be "black," but what is the F? And since Faber was German, shouldn't these stand for German words? The other system uses numbers, #1, #2, #3, etc. #1 = B, #2 = HB, #2.5 = F, #3 = H, and #4 = 2H.




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The hardness or blackness of the lead:


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