GL A IX 11.2.1 Tables in the description

For the sake of convenience, the tables may also be grouped together in one or more sheets annexed to the description and paginated with it.[Rule 49(9); ]
If two or more tables are necessary, each should be identified by a Roman number, independently of the pagination of the description or drawings or of the figure numbering, or by a capital letter, or by a title indicating its contents, or by some other means.
Each line or column in a table must begin with an entry explaining what it represents and, if necessary, the units used.
It should be remembered that the characters must satisfy the requirements of Rule 49(8) and that Rule 49(5) regarding the maximum usable surface areas of sheets applies to tables as well.[Rule 49(5); (8); ]

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