What are two parts of a measurement?
The two essential parts of a measurement are the number and its unit.
A numerical value and a measurement unit.
yes it does have two parts. it has a number and a unit
A number and a unit make up a measurement.
Of course it has a length and width
First part is numerical value and second part is its unit of measurement
The magnitude or numerical value and the units used.
the quantity the units
metric system and English system
What two parts are you referring to? Do you mean the number and the unit? There are measurement and units. Example: Length is the measurement and metres/meters is the unit; Volume is the measurement and litres/liters or cubic meters is the unit; Current is the measurement and Ampere/ Amps is the unit. That would be a lot like the reason that every price has two parts ... like "ten" and "dollars" . A measurement doesn't… Read More
The two part of science question are CAUSE and EFFECT relationship. also exact measurement and calculation.
-the quantity (magnitude,numerical value). -the units (in inch,meter,light year).
Accuracy. How close you are to your expected value. Precision. How close together you values are.
A collective noun or unit of measurement which refers to two or more separate parts requires a verb for a plural. Examples: Several mobs of people are moving toward the courthouse. Three cups of flour are required for this recipe.
Amps and volts are two separate parts of power measurement and do not convert into each other. Multiplying amps times volts will give you the measurement of wattage.
As an example, if the recipe calls for one part water to two parts soy sauce, you might use 1/4 cup of water and 1/2 cup of soy sauce. In other words, double the measurement of the one-part ingredient to come up with the measurement of the two-parts ingredient.
it has a number and a unit
two types of measurement in culinary arts are liquid and dry measurements:>
parts per billion
You always have them with you and they don't rust.
Parts per million can be applies towards any unit of measurement of volume.
The ancient measurement system of which applied to early greeks, romans, egyptians, arabs, and parts of Gaul and Spain; Is Shinto.
Parts per million (ppm)
PPM or parts per million
The wavelength of a wave is the distance between two identical parts of a wave in successive periods (crest to crest, trough to trough, etc.).
A velocity measurement has two parts ... speed and direction. Things like a car's speedometer do NOT qualify, since they measure only speed but not direction. I've been able to think of two devices that monitor and indicate both of those components. I hope other contributors will drop in and add to the list. anemometer with wind vane wind sock
Length is the measurement of distance between two points.
The value of the measurement and the units used.
the bones they use are the leg the thigh and the spine.
"ppm" is parts per million - unit of measurement.
ppbv is an abbreviation for "parts per billion by volume"
line measurement- distance between two lines end measurement- distance between two faces
You cannot compare these two units of measurement because they deal with two different things. Inches is a unit of measurement of length whereas, a pound is a unit of measurement of weight.
Ounces are a measurement of weight, millimetres are a measurement of length, the two do not mix.
Impossible to answer ! Inches is a measurement of distance - Litres is a measurement of volume. The two are not interchangeable.
You can not compare the two, a gram is a weight measurement and a meter is a length measurement.
An equation that shows how two units of measurement are related is called a(n) conversion factor
The two parts are: radical and activist.
An inch is not a measurement unit in the Metric system, and it can be divided into 16 parts, as well as other parts, such as 2, 4, 8. 32, 64, etc.
Two angles are supplementary and one of them is 30 degrees what is the measurement of the second angle?
Two angles are supplementary and one of them is 30 degrees what is the measurement of the second house
Line Measurement : Distance B/w two lines End Measurement : Distance b/w two Faces
What is the system of measurement based on referents in nature and is not with respect to human body parts?
the metric system
Impossible to answer ! A millilitre is a measurement of volume - a mile is a measurement of distance ! The two are not interchangeable !
An ohm is a unit of measurement! It is a measurement of resistance to electrical current. An ohm is the unit to measure the resistance of electricity between two conductors.
1 metre is a linear measurement with one dimension. A square metre is a measurement of area and has two dimensions. The two are not interchangeable.
You do not convert. STERADIAN is a two dimensioal measurement RADIAN is a one dimensional measurement. Just as you cannot convert area into degrees (of angular measurement)
aren't they two different types of measurement? I don't think you can convert them because inches is a length measurement, while grams is a mass measurement...
A trapezoid has one height: vertical measurement from top to bottom, and two bases: horizontal measurement on top and horizontal measurement on bottom. To find the area, you add the two bases together, multiply that by the height, and then divide by 2.
1.It won't be accurate. 2.Everyone has different sized body parts. 3.It isn't a standard form of measurement.
Acres are a measurement of area, kilometres are a measurement of length, the two can not be compared.
The two are incompatible; a litre is a current volume measurement and a pound is an obsolete mass measurement.