What is the scientific meaning of the word meter?
In British English it is the standard unit of length (spelled meter in American English).
In poetry and literature it is the "rhythm" of a line, phrase, or stanza, also called prosody the rhythmic arrangement of syllables in verse.
From the Latin word meaning "to measure" This is incorrect: the word origin for meter is the Greek Metron "a measure"
"Meter" is a Spanish verb meaning "to put in".
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Metre is the British spelling of meter. A meter is equal to 39.37 (American) inches equaling 3 feet. It is part of the metric system. It originated from the French in the late 1700's It originates from Greek "metron" meaning to measure. The word "meter" is from Latin also meaning to measure.
meter comes from the Greek word metron meaning measure
The scientific meaning of meter was originally defined as one ten-millionth (0.0000001 or 10-7) of the distance from the Earth's equator to the North Pole. However, it is now defined as being the length of the path traveled by light in a vacuum during a time interval of 1/299,792,458 of a second.
the meaning of the word property's mean that you say like it's features. I belive
In scientific usage, to deform is to alter the shape of something.
no known pattern
"Meter" is the root, meaning something that measures. "Tele-" is a prefix meaning "distant."
'Meter' means to measure, so to add it to another word is to use it to state a measurement of the other word. For example: Thermometer - thermo, meaning heat, so it measures the temperature Speedometer - speed, meaning how fast, so it measures the speed of movement Barometer - baro, meaning barometric pressure, so it measures the barometric pressure
The scientific meaning of November is the code word for letter N in radio communication. This also refers to the last month of autumn.
Michael Jackson was a massive pop success. Jupiter is the most massive planet. (scientific)
They weren't named after a person, the word "meter" comes from the Greek word "metros", meaning "to measure".
The scientific name of the American Alligator is 'Alligator Mississippiensis'. Alligator is an anglicized form of the spanish word 'el lagarto' meaning 'lizard'.
If a polynomial expression is derived from a word problem it has the same meaning as the word problem. Polynomial expressions that represent scientific laws have the specific meaning of that law.
caninis familiaris meaning domestic dog
Speed and direction of an objects motion.
the process where sediment is dropped at banks
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It is not a word. Luminous means giving out light.
The word meter is a noun meaning basic pulse and rhythm of a piece of music.
Where an organism lives and its role within the ecosystem
Mass is a property of a physical system or body.
It derives from the word's meaning: "measure".
The root is "meter," meaning a measuring device. The prefix is from Greek for pulse.
Εκατοστόμετρο (ekatostometro). It means hundrendth of the Meter. E.g.: Ένα εκατοστόμετρο (ena ekatostometro) means one hundrendth of the Meter.
The scientific notation of 0.000000001 of a meter is: 1.0 × 10-9 meters.
0.000001 meter in Scientific Notation = 1 x 10-6 meter.
Word order is important in poetry because changes in word order also can affect rhyme, meter, sound, and meaning.
A metre is the basic SI unit of length, but is often misspelt as 'meter'. A meter might refer to either a measuring device, e.g. a Volt meter measures the energy possesed by the current in a current in a circuit.
it always leads to the solution of the problem.
Pterosauria from the Greek word pterosauros meaning "winged lizard".
1x102cm in a meter
pH refers to the relative concentration of H+ ions in solution.
The Latin word for "lion" is leo. The Latin-derived scientific name for lions is Panthera leo.
Description is occasionally incorrectly spelled discription. In physics the word description can be used interchangeably with the word scientific theory.
Most or all scientific words have latin roots. In other words, scientific words are joined latin roots that create a whole word with the meaning of what it is named for.
The scientific name for a European polecat (from the French word 'poulechat' meaning 'chicken (killing) cat') ferret is Mustela putorius (from the Latin word 'putor' meaning stench) of the family Mustelidae ('seeker of mice, 'those who carry off mice', the name refers to the musty smell) The scientific name for Domestic Ferret - Mustela putorius (from Latin word 'putor' meaning stench) furo (from the Latin word 'furonem' and the Italian word 'furone' which means thief)
Scipace is modern word. It means scientific step or to adopting a methodical approach for an upcoming.
From the words thermo (θερμο) meaning hot and metro [meter] (μετρο).
What's the meaning of scientific control?
A and g are the first and third letters for the word meaning silver in Latin and the languages derived from it. That is where the word Argentina comes from.
The word aerodynamic means, has a shape which permits relatively easy motion through the air, by minimizing air resistance.
element abbreviation Ag comes from the Latin word "argentum", meaning silver.
Canis Lupus. Canis meaning dog and Lupus is the latin word for wolf.
5.37 x 10^-4 meter OR 5.37E-4 meter OR 5.37e-4 meter
I don't know of a specific scientific meaning. It can mean a transfer of data from one place to another, or it can be a word used for 'meaning' e.g. 'the import of this data is that there is a connection between the variables' .
the word define means explain what the object is for Example: if i were to define a wheel i would say it is round not square, it is rubber and it burns.
The scientific name for the fear of driving is Hodophobia. Hodophobia is derived from the Greek word "hodos", meaning path and "phobos" meaning fear. Hodophobia is not limited to driving anxiety but also the fear of travelling by plane or boat too.