First thing to note is the number of parts used. The graphite pencil is not, unfortunately, a pencil, but an object that acts as a stylus of sorts. Graphite is a mineral, and it makes a stylus, or the part that gives shape to a pencil. The pencil used to illustrate this blog post is called a graphite pencil, and it was actually made by using graphite pencils in the past. I used a graphite pencil to illustrate the above figure of a graphite pencil used for making a pencil on the right side-of-the-paper, as can be seen in Figure 1.
Is the graphite pencil an accurate depiction of something? No, not in anyway. Graphite pencils were made to be sold for making pencils, so they are not exactly accurate depictions of graphite. They do, however, help to illustrate two characteristics that would otherwise be difficult to grasp or remember (if not impossible) in order to create an accurate depiction: (1) the pencils are small, and (2) the shapes of these pencils are small.
Small objects are easier to manipulate and read than large ones. These two characteristics enable the readers that want to see what a pencil looks like, to do so.
So what is a pencil made from?
The graphite pencil may seem like a small object to think about, but it is actually a lot more than that. The graphite pencil that I used to illustrate this blog post, as can be seen in Figure 2, was actually made only about a foot from the bottom of a small vase and about 3 inches from the top of the small vase.
In the case of the small vase, which has a diameter of about an inch, the graphite pencil is actually only about 0.6 inches long. In the case of the small vase, the pencil is only about 0.4 inches long. The actual length of the pencil in these two cases is not very important, but the size of the parts of these pencils that make them are important to the readers: if the object has a diameter of 2 and 2.5 inches and has been cut in half, that does represent a pencil.
What do the parts of the graphite pencil look like?
The parts of graphite pencils are actually quite small. Notice, for instance, that the ends of the top half of the graphite pencil do not have ends. They
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