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How large is a hector in metric measurement?
A hectare is a unit of area equal to 10,000 square metres (107,639 sq ft)
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This is the way i convert .. K H D B D C M . K=Kilo(meters). H=Hecto(meters). D=Deci(meters). B=Basic Unit(Meters in this case). D=Decka(meters). C=Centi(meters). M=Mi…lli(meters). I remember this order by saying "King Henry Died By Drinking Chocolate Milk.". So know lets convert. If you wanted to convert meters into millimeters(B to M) then you would see it is 3 letters to the right.(K H D B D C M)So all you do is take your Measurement in meters(lets say 23.447m) all you would do is move the decimal 3 places to the right. (So now it would be 23.447) But if you wanted to convert meters to kilometers, then you know K is three places to the left of B. So all you do is move your decimal 3 places to the right.(0.023447 Would be meters converted into kilometers.
The base units for the SI system are: length-meter, mass-kilogram, time-second, temperature interval-deg kelvin(or celsius), electric current-ampere, amount of substance…-mole, luminous intensity-candela. Some derived units are: area-hectare(10,000 sq m), volume-liter, weight-newton, energy-joule, power-watt, pressure-pascal or bar, frequency-hertz, angle-radian, potential difference-volt, resistance-ohm, capacitance-farad, inductance-henry
liter gram meter centimeter milliliter kilogram millimeter decigram kilometer
Metric thread pitch is measured directly from crest to crest of the thread form. For example the distance from crest to crest of a M8 x 1.25 MM thread would be 1….25 MM. Another way to measure it would be linear travel per rotation, in which case a M8 x 1.25 MM thread would travel 1.25 MM each rotation.
Everything. There is seven base units: metre, kilogram, second, ampere, kelvin, candela and mole. From these seven base units, several other units are derived. In addition t…o the SI units, there is also a set of non-SI units accepted for use with SI which includes some commonly used units such as the litre.
It can be used to measure almost anything that is measurable in length. A metric ruler is measured in centimeters.
The units used would usually be liters, or sometimes milliliters. That's a measure of volume; if it is the mass you want, you would measure in kilograms.
Decimeters might be used, but that unit is not very common. Centimeters are usually used in such cases; sometimes millimeters too.
The metric system of measuring has three main units. The three units of measurement in the metric system are meter, kilogram and second.
Type your answer here... No. Bcz One Hectare (not 'Hector') =2.471 Acres.1 Acre=43560 Sq.ft area. Foot is a unit of British system and measurement of length, while in Metr…ic length is measured in meter (or metre to give it its original & standard French name). This system is also called SI (System International) of measurement. T here are two main systems are implemented in world,they are:-- 1- FPS system----- Foot Pound System (British system). F=Foot, P=Pound, S=Second 2- CGS system-----SI (International system of measurement) C=Centimeter , G=Gram, S=Second. In addition; there was a unit called the HECTARE, an are was 100 square metres,so a hectare (hecto=100) was 10 000square metres. When the the metric system was rationalised in 1960 to produce the SI system the are and hectare were dropped in favour of square metres. A rugby union pitch is roughly one hectare. The SI system is the metre, kilogram, second. +++ The Hectare is still used, in the UK at least, for land measurement especially in agriculture. The official system now is the SI (metre, kg, s and a few other basic units) and their derivatives.