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Well a straight line is something that you use in geometry and that is what you use to measure with.
scientists use seismometers to measure the earthquake underneath the volcano.
Scientists use seismographs.
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scientists use fajita scale to measure hurricane intensity
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why do scientists use the speed of light to measure the distance between stars
To measure temperature, scientists use: Kelvin Celsius Fahrenheit.
they use it to measure amounts of fluids and what not
They would use density to measure the volume of a substance :)
The scientist use a monoter to measure.
Earthquakes can vary in intensity to something that is barely felt to a quake that can bring down buildings and cause a major loss of life. The instruments scientists use to measure them is called a seismometer.
If you want to measure the length, use a ruler.
Scientists use Fujita scale to measure the intensity of a tornado. The measurements of the size, speed, and direction are made using Doppler radar.
A barometer to measure air pressure.
Scientists use a network of satellites called the global positioning system to measure the rate of tectonic plate movement
They use a tri beam scale.
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Scientists use stadards units of measure that together form the International System of Units, or SI.
The units that scientists use to measure temperature are: Celsius Fahrenheit Kelvin
My Answer is that scientists can not predict earthauakes to the exsact date
Exponents is something scientists use to explain something that is very small or very large. Scientific notation is another useful tool.
Scientists use a thermometer to measure how cold or how hot an object is.
They use Degrees and Celsius
Scientists use the metric system. This is their standard system of measure and is easier mathematically than the Imperial system.