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The traditional answer is probably something like dimensions of a city or agricultural field or aircraft runway. But ANY length can be expressed in miles. The thickness of a human hair (say 100 micrometers) is approximately 6x10^-8 miles.
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with a tape measure
it is measured in nothing
The temperature, in degrees in Fahrenheit or Celsius. In other words temperature is a physical property of a procedure that describes hot and cold.
1- unbiased measurement/analysis, in that you measure what is there and not impacted by your beliefs or philosophy of something...that is for subjective measurement/analysis. …==== 2- It is like the diffrent between the self-report questionnaire and pedometer. the questionnaire may become impacted by your beliefs because it is up to you how to answer the questions, maybe right and maybe wrong or maybe mixed. But the objective measurement, there is no way to be impacted by your beliefs, for example the pedometer will measure your steps exactly and there is no control from you on the pedometer. therefore objective measurement are more accurate and better than the other measurement. REMEMBER that objective measurement tools must be valid and reliable.
There are a number of answers. The word comes from the Latin 'millum', meaning one thousand, for one thousand paces (left foot, then right foot then left again). I don't kno…w what the length of a standard Roman pace was, but in the Canadian Air Force (and Cadets), it was 5 feet. The Roman empire was marked with mile posts for the benefit of their military. The statute (or English) mile is 5280 feet (1608 metres). This is easier to divide into quarters, thirds and eights than 5000 feet. The nautical mile is equivalent to one minute of arc at the equator, and is equivalent to 6076.12 feet, or 1852 metres (being hard to pace out a distance on the ocean). On the Canadian priaires, a prairie mile is the distance to that place you see 'over there', and is anywhere from 3 to 10 statute miles, depending on how clear your view and how flat the terrain between.
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 (w…hich 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.
The SI unit for distance is metre (m)
It is known as the vector.
To know the mass of objects
It is length measure (for example road lengths, distance between cities, ...)
A journey, distance between two cities?
The mass is sometimes called the "amount of matter". Please note that this is a bit informal, not a very exact definition.
length or distance between two places is measured by mile
You measure long distances with miles.
No. Consider a grain of rice and a banana. If you threw these at someone so that they were moving at the same speed, their velocities would be the same. … However, you would hardly feel the impact of the grain of rice but the banana would hurt. The force of the impact is a measure of the relative inertia of the two objects. Where two objects are traveling at the same velocity, the inertia is greater in that object that has the greatest mass.