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# What is measurement?

The noun 'measurement' is a word for the size, length, or amount ofsomething expressed in units. A measurement is how long something is.

# What do you measure when you measure air pressure?

A barometer The unit of measurement is pounds per square inch, or psi Stolen from Wikipedia: The standard atmosphere (symbol: atm) is a unit of pressure and is defined as being equal to 101.325 kPa. The following units are equivalent, but only to the number of decimal places displayed: 760 mmHg (torr), 29.92 inHg, 14.696 psi, 1013.25 millibars/hectopascal. If you have a barometer at home or watch any weather related news, atmospheric pressure is most commonly given in: inHg (inches of mercury[at least here in the USA]).

# What unit of measurement is pressure measured in?

(Any unit of force) divided by (any unit of area) is a perfectly good unit of pressure. Some that are widely-used include -- dynes per square centimeter -- pounds per square inch -- newtons per square meter (pascals)

# What kind of measurement measures breath?

Breath is measured by the amount of air volume and the time would be the rate. It would be measured by Cubic liters/ Cubic Centimeters over time

# What are the measuring techniques of the measuring instruments?

Science laboratories use lots of tools to measure volumes. Some of these include (in order from least accurate to most accurate) Beakers Flasks Graduated Cylinders Pipettes There are many more measuring tools, this is just a small taste. But I would say that a beaker is most similar to a measuring cup.

# How many words can you spell from the word measurement?

measure, man, manure, sent, ten, tens, tent, sure, ream, steam, mean, means, true, turn, turns, stern, stem, tree, trees, sternum, meat, meats, eat, tea, eats, meet, meets, asure, rest, taser, net, nets, tan, tans, mere, sear, team, rut, tear, teams, tears, rent, rents, mum, mums, run, runs, stun, ate, eat, sat, mat, mats, rat, rats, set, tease, as, at, am, an, a, state - I have 62 so far :)

# What is Measurement and levels of measurement?

Measurement always deals with a distance of a line or a distance between to objects, distance between 2 points, and so on.

# Why do you measure?

Seriously? If you don't know this answer, then, you're sad. I have no idea why I'm even answering this question for you... ... Still looking for the answer? Too bad, look it up.

# What measurements measure volume?

Volume is measured in liters, cubic centimeters, cubic meters, fluid ounces, quarts, pints, gallons, barrels, cubic inches, cubic feet, cubic yards, and many other units.

# What are measuring when you measure air pressure?

You are measuring the force of the impact of air molecules on the surface at which the pressure is measured.

# A coulomb is a measure of where as an ampere is a measure of?

A coulomb is a measure of electrical charge, specifically that one coulomb is approximately 6.24 x 10 18 protons or (negatively) electrons. An ampere, on the other hand, is a measure of electrical flow, in coulombs per second. Comment The ampere is actually defined in terms of the newton and the metre , not the coulomb and the second.

# Which is measure to measure sea depth?

echosounding, or using sonar and seeing how the sound waves bounce off, is used to map the bottom of the ocean and see how deep it is.. A Fathom

# What measurement is energy measured in?

It depends, If you measure your own energy it would be in joules, if it is for your house you measure it with kilo-watt hour

# What the measurment?

Measurement is simply a term used to measure anything, it can be sized, length or amount of something. Various units are used to measure things and amount.

# What is measuring or measurements?

Measuring or measurement refers to keeping track or recording of the values of variables at certain points in time. A simple example would be: When you are cooking meat, you might use a thermometer to keep track of the temperature of the meat as it cooks. Each time you test the temperature, you are measuring or taking a measurement.

# What is measuration?

Universally known and reproducible application of Units of Measurement to the act of measuring a perceived object

# What do you measure?

we measure all kinds of thing in every class we do alot of things to get the right answer to do the things that we need to do that is all we need to do . We use measurements for many things like in history and sience and math we ue this to get the right measurements that we need to find out. We will also get the right answer that we need for that class. That is all for today.

# What are you measuring when you measure an object mass?

the measuring mass of an object is a kilo The easiest way to measure an objects mass is to measure its weight and then assume a constant and global acceleration of gravity (which is a false assumption by the way) and convert weight to mass. The conversion is easy as weight and mass have a simple relationship. Weight = Mass * acceleration so Mass = Weight/acceleration Mass can be measured a number of different ways but the simplest is using a spring that has a constant tension with length (Hooke's Law). The distance that such a spring is stretched is a direct measurement of weight.

# A is measurable if and only if -A is measurable in measure theory?

I believe minus A in this case means the complement of A; everything that is NOT in the set A. Taken from some larger, given, set, of course, of which both A and minus A are subsets. I believe minus A in this case means the complement of A; everything that is NOT in the set A. Taken from some larger, given, set, of course, of which both A and minus A are subsets. I believe minus A in this case means the complement of A; everything that is NOT in the set A. Taken from some larger, given, set, of course, of which both A and minus A are subsets. I believe minus A in this case means the complement of A; everything that is NOT in the set A. Taken from some larger, given, set, of course, of which both A and minus A are subsets.

# What do cubic measurements measure?

Volume is measured in cubic measurements, such as m 3 , cm 3 , ft 3 , etc... .

# To measure volume do you measure in liters?

"Liter" is an excellent unit for measuring volume. Others are: -- cubic meter -- cubic centimeter -- cubic kilometer -- cubic inch -- cubic foot -- cubic yard -- gallon -- quart -- pint -- cup -- fluid ounce -- bushel

# What are four different measurements and what do they measure?

In metric system there are: Meters->distance or length Grams->mass Liters->volume Newtons->weight or pull of gravity or force

# What you should measure when you measure a model?

Common measurements include: - Height - Bust - Waist - Hips - Low Hips - Inseam

# How is spelled measured?

Just like any dry goods, spelt is an ancient grain, in our century it's most similar to wheat. Measured similarly to wheat - large quantities by the tonnes, smaller quantities just like bags of flour, and for cooking by the cups aka 2 cups spelt flour.

# What are you measuring when you measure heat?

You measure heat energy in units called calories. (Not to be confused with food Calories) A calorie is how much energy (energy is measured in Joules, I think.) it takes to warm 1 gram of water 1 degree Centigrade. Fact: 1,000 heat calories (small 'c') makes 1 food Calorie (large 'c') Additionally, if temperature is measured in Kelvin degrees, then its value is directly proportional to the average kinetic energy of the molecules of a substance. Temperature is not energy, it is proportional to a type of energy. Heat is energy measured in Joules or other energy units eg calories. Heat is a measurement of some of the energy in a substance. When you add heat to a substance, you are adding energy to the substance. This added energy is leads to an increase in the kinetic energies of the molecules of the substance. The energy can break bonds rather than increase temperature.

# How do you measure with a tape measurement?

Well, usually when you purchase a tape measurment, it usually comes with the measurements on it. Any dummy would know the answer to this question...seriously.

# How do you measure centimeters on a tape measure?

If you have a tape measure that measures in inches. First convert the inches to decimal inches. So 1-15/16" would be 1 + 15/16 or 1.9375. Next multiply that number by 2.54 to get centimeters. So 1.9375 x 2.54 would be about 4.92 centimeters.

# How do you measure for screws on a tape measure?

well, if you want to measure the length, just stretch the tape and measure it. If you want to measure the diameter, measure the circumference of the screw, then divided by 3.1415, then you will get the diameter.

# How do you measure electricity and with what measurement?

With kitchen tongs. A mild tingling indicates low voltage/low amperage. Muscular spasms indicate high voltage/low amperage. Unconsciousness sans death indicates low voltage/moderate amperage. Death indicates high amperage. Good luck.

# What measurement measures liquid pressure?

Liquid pressure is defined as the force all over area mathematically: P = F/A where" P is pressure with a unit of PASCAL F is force with aunit of NEWTON A is area wiht a unit of METER SQUARE

# When measuring current you are measuring the number of?

When measuring current, we are measuring the number of electrons (conventionally positive charges) passing through the cross section of the conductor in one second. Answer Actually, the unit of electric current, the ampere , is defined in terms of the force between two parallel current-carrying conductors, and NOT in terms of the quantity of electrons passing a given point!

# What measurement is used to measure density?

If you refer to the units, commonly used units are kilograms per cubic meter, and kilograms per liter.

# What measurement would you measure a pencil?

Centimetres, millimetres or inches would be most appropriate for measuring the length of a ruler.

# What is Measurability?

Measurability is the degree to which a market segment's size and purchasing power can be measured

# What unit of measure is measured in grams?

The "gram" IS a unit of measure. It's used to describe quantities of mass .

# What does a seismograph measure measure?

Routinely earthquakes but any thing that shake the earth, such as atomic bombs will register on the device.

# How do you measure the mass in metric measures?

Mass is measured in kilograms. 1 kg is 1000g, 1 000 000 mg, 1 000 000 000 Î¼m.

# What do you measure you measure an object's temperature?

"What do you measure (when) you measure..." ? When you measure an object's temperature, you are measuring the amount of heat the object emits (gives off). There is no such thing as cold, only the absence of heat.

# How can you measure 900g with out a measuring cup?

How the hell do you measure weight with a volume measuring device? Use a scale to measure weight.

# How do you measure a cup dry measure?

Fill up a cup and level off with a butter knife or similar tool. The key is to not have overflow.

# What measures by measuring the pull of gravity?

The 'pull of gravity' can be measured with readily-available equipment. Here's how to do it: -- Borrow a bathroom scale . -- Place scale on a hard, flat, level surface. -- Place the unknown object on the scale. -- Read scale display. -- Record in notebook. -- Return to lab with notebook. -- The quantity noted represents the magnitude of the mutual gravitational forces between the earth and the object under study. -- Send scale to the Smithsonian. -- Eat the object under study. -- Add graphs, charts, formulas, and descriptions of method of procedure. -- Publish.

# What measurement do you use to measure a coin?

well it depends. The material coins are made of is different. Nickel or copper. Therefore pounds. OR The circumference. Diameter X Pi.(3.141...).

# What measurement is latitude and longitude measured in?

Latitude and longitude are angles, so any common angle measure is appropriate, such as radians, degrees, grads, etc. The traditional and most commonly used unit is 'degrees', along with either decimal fractions of degrees, or else the fiendishly awkward and unwieldy 'minutes' and 'seconds' fractions of degrees.

# How many words can you spell from measure?

sure, sum, are, era, eras, muse, amuse,sea, ream, reams, reamer, reamers, rum, rums, ram, rams, mar, mars, mere, seam, sear, ear, ears

# What is an easy way to remember how to spell measure?

The best way to remember how to spell words, is to break them into smaller chunks. To remember the spelling of "measure": Me - A - Sure

# What is a measure?

the extent, quantity, amount, or degree of something, as determinedby measurement or calculationAnswer this questionâ¦

# What are tape measures measured in?

Metres, centimetres and millimetres as well as feet, inches and fractions of inches. Metres, centimetres and millimetres as well as feet, inches and fractions of inches. Metres, centimetres and millimetres as well as feet, inches and fractions of inches. Metres, centimetres and millimetres as well as feet, inches and fractions of inches.

# How do you measure liquor without measuring it?

Obviously, you can't. If you don't have a jigger/shot glass/measuring cup (or just don'twant to mess around with one), you can estimate by pour time.Bartenders fit open liquor containers with spouts that control pourrate such that if you turn the bottle over while you count tothree, as long as you always count at the same rate you'll alwaysget about the same amount of alcohol. This is faster than actuallymeasuring and reasonably accurate. If you watch a show like "BarRescue", often times the mixologist will be shown explaining to thebartenders how to make the new cocktails using pour times: "Pourtequila for a three-count, pour triple sec for a one-count, add thejuice of a lime, shake and pour it over ice".

# What is measure?

Ascertain the size, amount, or degree of something by using aninstrument or device marked in standard units or by comparing itwith an object of know size.