Latitude ... and longitude too ... are angles. In principle, any angle unit may be used.
But these particular angles are virtually always stated in terms of degrees, along with
either the classical subdivisions of degrees ... minutes and seconds ... or else common
decimal fractions of degrees.
what is the unit of measurement of rainfall
The measurement for latitude and longitude is degrees. The degrees are subdivided into hours, minutes and seconds.
I think that it is measuring cup
They are usually millilitres.
If you are measuring temperature, the unit of measurement is either Fahrenheit or Centigrade. If you are measuring height, the unit of measurement could be feet and inches or meters and so on.
measuring the height of horses
SI is a unit of measuring.
It depends what you're measuring. For example, if you're measuring distance, the SI unit used is the metre.
A beaker is a container which can also be used as a measuring device for volume. It is not a unit of measurement.
The tool and unit of measurement would depend on which property of the substance you were measuring.
the unit of measuring for displacement is cubic centimeter[cc]. The unit of measurement for displacement is the meters.
I would say a pound
Time is measured in seconds.
The answer depends on the instrument used for measuring.
Degree: unit of measurement of latitude and longitude.
You don't. Hz (always capitalized) is the unit for measuring frequency or pitch. dB is the unit for measuring amplitude or relative loudness of the sound. You cannot convert a frequency measurement to an amplitude measurement.
The basic unit of measurement for parallels of latitude is the degree. There are 180 degrees from the North Pole to the South Pole.
A kilogram measurement is a unit of measuring mass and weight. This is equivalent to 1000 grams or 2.20 pounds.
The second is the lowest basic measurement of time.
ohms.Ohm is the measurement of resistance. Ω