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Graph paper is just one style of a wide assortment of stationery. Unlike traditional ruled paper, these sheets have horizontal, vertical and even diagonal lines that form various grids. The grids make it easy to handle complex visualizations in print, from precise creative and engineering layouts to high-level math equations. Graph paper is always the perfection addition to any business's office supplies list.

Styles of Graph Paper
Graphing sheets give you grids for working in more than just one dimension. Traditional graphing sheets consist of ruled squares, normally 5/16 inch each. Some sheets come in a quadrille pattern. These quad graphing sheets also contain small ruled squares but have bold lines in larger quadrants that delineate groups of squares. Engineering graph paper traditionally come in light green or tan colors with grids on both sides. Isometric sheets provide triangular grids in hexagon patterns to simulate 3-D effects. Polar coordinate sheets contain concentric circles with pie-wedge lines radiating from the center pole, and they are ideal for arc drawing.

Graph Paper for Specific Purposes
Standard graphing sheets are useful for a variety of purposes, not only for determining angular coordinates in math, but also for scaled-down or scaled-up drawings. Engineers use the paper for structural scaling for anything from bridges to homes. Interior decorators use them for designing and laying out spaces in homes and offices. Quad graphing sheets provide greater scaling precision. The triangular grids of isometric graphing sheets lets users form accurate angles that you can use in the design of triangle-point embroidery, for example. Dotted grids facilitate free-handing graphing of shapes and designs and work well as bullet journal pages. Construction professionals often find the dotted grids helpful for mocking up the square and pitch for difficult layouts like roof trusses.

How Do Students Use Graphing Sheets in Math and Science?
When people think of graphs in in a classroom setting, they often remember math and science projects. Although creative artists sometimes consider the gridlines to be an inviting creative canvas, math students use these sheets to determine axis points, angles, sides and formulas for geometry. The grids also give students a way to visualize fractions and decimals. Both standard graphing and quad graphing sheets sometimes come with preprinted horizontal and vertical coordinates. Physics students use polar-coordinate graphing sheets to map out variables and outliers depicting the curvilinear elements of time and space. Isometric graphing sheets help them visualize these dimensional elements.

How Is Graph Paper Similar to Ruled Writing Paper?
Ruled paper for writing and composition comes in 500-sheet reams, notebooks and tear-sheet pads. Graphing sheets come in the same types of packaging. Graph paper also comes with or without hole-punched margins for insertion into binders, and it comes double sided. Standard size sheets of both types of paper are 8-1/2 x 11 inches.

What Other Uses Are There for Graph Paper?
You can use graph paper as ruled sheets for any type of writing, note-taking or just doodling. The grid lines on graph sheets also are convenient for paper-folding activities such as origami or paper airplanes. You can play hangman with graph sheets, make maps and prepare directions or color the squares.
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Pacon® Quadrille Ruled Graph Paper, 1/4" Ruling, 8 1/2" x 11", White, 500 Sheets
Item : 720364 / Model : 2411
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  • 16-lb. stock
  • 500 sheets per ream
  • Quadrille ruled front and back; 4 squares per inch
11.59 $11.59
Get it by Tue, Jul 24
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