The category includes questions about the various ways in which humans measure objects or concepts. This category is also home to conversions between units such as grams to pounds or liters to milliliters.

The category includes questions about the various ways in which humans measure objects or concepts. This category is also home to conversions between units such as grams to pounds or liters to milliliters.

Feet measures length and square feet measures area. There is no direct conversion between the two. Read More

Curium (Cm) is a chemical element. Curie (Ci) is an old unit for the activity of an isotope or material. Read More

There are 3 feet in each yard. This would give you 300 feet. Read More

There are 60 minutes in an hour and 30 is half an hour. It would travel 25 Kmph. Read More

You use a thermometer of any type(the most accurte is the one with mercury). Read More

1 inch = 1/12 foot 336 inches = 336/12 = 28 feet Read More

There are 12 inches in each foot. This multiplies out to be 2,940 feet. Read More

There are three feet in a yard. So the division would give you 654 yards. Read More

There are three feet in a yard. This gives you 408 feet. Read More

Assuming fresh water at room temperature with density 1 gram/ml Then answer is that 258 grams equal 258 ml. Read More

One gram is 1000 milligrams, so multiply 1532.25 by 1000, or just move the decimal point three places to the right. 1532.25 grams is 1,532,250 milligrams. Read More

- the mass of the object - the volume of the object d=M/V Read More

To measure mass, you can use an instrument such as triple-beam balance or an electronic balance to measure it (in grams). To measure volume, you can use a container such as a beaker (make sure it has markings on it that measure the volume in liters or in any of the customary/American units for volume!) to measure the volume of gases/liquids (solids are trickier). They can also be measured in cubic length units (ie. 9… Read More

600 meters is very close, but not exactly the same, as 0.373 mile 2.983 furlongs 656.2 yards 1,968.5 feet 23,622 inches. It's exactly the same as 0.6 kilometers 60,000 centimeters 600,000 millimeters 600,000,000,000 nanometers By the way, when you lay it out like this, you can see why nobody wants to be forced to change from the simple and intuitive US customary system to the complicated, confusing, and difficult metric system. Read More

Measure the length of its side - using vernier callipers for accuracy - and cube the result. Read More

1 liter = 1000 milliliter Answer = 10.146 liters Read More

6.8 US ounces = 201.1 milliliters Visit the link below to convert ounces to milliliters Read More

Yes, these are equivalent temperatures. Read More

Moisture in the air would be measured with an hygrometer. In measuring the moisture content of timber, the instrument is known as a moisture meter. Read More

Generally precious metals as Au, Ag, Pt, Pd, Ir. Read More

The pound for example. Read More

There can be no equivalence. A metre is a measure of length or distance in 1-dimensional space while a square foot is a measure of area in 2-dimensional space. The two measure different things and, according to basic principles of dimensional analysis, any attempt at conversion from one to the other is fundamentally flawed. Read More

Examples: ultrasonic instruments, instruments based on X-ray, reflectometers, beta radiation retrodiffusion, magnetic instruments and many other. Read More

The volume of water is usually expressed in milliliters, liters or cubic meters. For a lake, I suggest you use cubic meters. Read More

You can use grams, or kilograms. Read More

Multiply width by length to get the area. The answer would be 323 square feet. Read More

You don't use a unit of mass to measure a volume. Mass and volume are two different things. Mass is measured in kilograms. The main unit of volume in the SI is the cubic meter, but for a kettle, the liter (= cubic decimeter, or 1/1000 of a cubic meter) can be used instead. Read More

1 kilometer = 1000 meter and add 2 meters to it to get 1002 meters Read More

Look in the related link below. Read More

Both have meter in SI system of units Read More

No, t is a unit of measurement in the English system. Read More

Answer = 3.14 x 52 / 4 = 19.625 sq meters Read More

9 tablespoons is approximately 4.42 fl oz. Read More

Assuming fresh water with density 1 gram/cc or 1 gram/ml Then Answer 25 grams = 25 ml Read More

Time is also measured; the unit in SI is the second (s). Read More

One acre is 43,560 square feet. The conversion would be 57.4 acres. Read More

300, because I meter is = 100 centimeter so 100 multiply but 3 = 300 Read More

"220 volts" is not a quantity of energy. You can have a hundred 220-volt outlets sitting there in the walls of your house all day, and never use any energy. You only use energy when something is plugged into that outlet, turned on, and draws current from the outlet. If you have some sort of device connected to a 220-volt source, and your device is turned on and drawing 1 Ampere of current, then it's… Read More

5.6 cm (1 meter/100 cm)(1000 mm/1 meter) = 56 millimeters ----------------------As you can see, with the metric system much of the conversions can be done in your head. Read More

You'd have to weight one to find the mass of that particular tie, but grammes will be the more appropriate unit. Read More

Multiply the two dimensions to get the area. The calculation will give you 1,110 square feet. But zoning may not allow all of it to be counted as habitable. Read More

Well, let's do the math: There are four quarts to a gallon. So, three gallons equal twelve quarts: 3 x 4 = 12 Plus two quarts is fourteen: 12 + 2 = 14 Fourteen is less than fifteen: 14 < 15 So fifteen quarts are greater than fourteen quarts. Read More

By unit of length and distance and conversion ,we can say that 1 km=10 hm 115 km =1150 hm Read More

There are 0.015 miles in 24 metres.1 metre is equal to 0.0006 miles 1 mile is equal to 1609.34 metres Read More