# How do you find a 4 and 6 grid reference?

## How do you find a 4 and 6 grid reference?

Things to remember:

- First, find the four-figure grid reference but leave a space after the first two digits.
- Estimate or measure how many tenths across the grid square your symbol lies.
- Next, estimate how many tenths up the grid square your symbol lies.
- You now have a six figure grid reference.

## What is a 6 grid reference?

The distance between one grid line and the next is divided into tenths. First, find the four-figure grid reference but leave a space after the first two digits. Estimate or measure how many tenths across the grid square your symbol lies. Write this number after the first two digits.

**How to teach 4 and 6 figure grid references?**

Practitioners can watch the videos themselves, accompanied with the presentations and exercises. They can also ask learners to use the resource for extra practice on this topic. Am I confident in teaching 4 and 6 figure grid references? Could I improve how I teach 4 and 6 figure grid references? What was done?

### How many numbers are in a 6 figure grid?

6-Figure Grid Reference. A 6-figure grid reference contains 6 numbers which gives us an even more precise location inside the box given by the 4-figure number. Inside each box, imagine 10 tick marks along the eastings and 10 tick marks along the northings. These marks are generally not provided on maps.

### How to take a 4-figure grid reference with Steve Backshall?

#GetOutside champion and naturalist Steve Backshall continues his series of map reading videos with Ordnance Survey by explaining how to work out a four-figure grid reference. With a 4-figure grid reference you can find an area on a map, or take note of a location.

**What are the different types of figures in APA?**

Figures Figures include all graphical displays of information that are not tables. Common types include graphs, charts, drawings, maps, plots, and photos. Just like tables, figures should supplement the text and should be both understandable on their own and referenced fully in the text.