Many things, like rulers, measuring cups, and yard sticks.
-- Gram . . . used to measure the mass of little things -- Kilogram . . . used to measure the mass of medium-size things -- Metric ton . . . used to measure the mass of enormous, heavy things
A thermometer is used to measure temperature of things.
its used to measure things
it is used to measure things
True. A balance IS used to measure the volume of things.
Yes, "thermometers" are instruments used to measure the temperature of things.
Kilometers are used to measure certain things
Prefixes are helpful to measure small and big things. Kilo is used to measure bigger things and milli is used for smaller.
No, because they are used to measure different things. Cubic yards is used to measure volume and square meters is used to measure area.
There are hundreds of different units used to measure different things. It depends whether you want to measure length, mass, pressure, etc.
There are a few different things that are used to measure deprivation index. This really depends on the type of deprivation measured.
"Metric" is a whole system of weights and measurements. Many different devices are used to measure things in the system.
it depends...a scale is used for a lot of things like if you are weighing your self, measure something, your height, and other things
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you can't convert grams to meters. Grams are used to measure weight and meters are used to measure distance.They are both metric measurements but they measure different things.
Measurement is simply a term used to measure anything, it can be sized, length or amount of something. Various units are used to measure things and amount.
You don't. Pascals is used to measure pressure, centigrade is used to measure temperature. Those two are completely different things.
Because most people had feet and forearms, that they could measure things with.
the german ship the meteor used sound to measure the ocean.
A scale used to measure things in grams
protractor radian ruler
A scale is used to measure things...I see you've tagged "tornadoes" so you may be referring to the Fugita Scale--which is used to measure the damage caused by a tornado.
Rulers are commonly used to measure things in inches or centimeters. Dial calipers can provide a much more precise measurement of items. Larger items can be measured using a tape measure.
A gram is used to measure weight and a km to measure distance. As they measure different things, there is no formula to convert between them.
*TAPE MEASURE *METRIC RULERS *METER STICK thats all I know... Thank you!!!!
You can measure speed with items such as a Speed gun, Anemometer (wind), and a Speedometer (used in a car)
Kelvin's is used to measure various things such as body heat, substances and many other things.
That depends what you want to measure. Look up the list of SI units; basically all of them are used to "measure things". For example: meter to measure length square meter to measure area kilogram to measure mass newton to measure weight etc.
Usually the object would be scales.
Nanosecond Also in nanotechnology
It can be used to measure g's [ the acceleration due to gravity and it can be used also to prove that the Earth spins.
A 'quart' is a unit used to measure volume, and a 'mile' is a unit used to measure distance. Since they are two completely different things, you cannot measure quarts in a mile, or vice versa.
A ruler is used to measure things. The most common measurements used of rulers are centimeters, millimeter's, meters and inches. You use it in sewing to measure the length of what you are sewing together.
Yes infinity is bigger than Google infinity used where we can not measure things, but in Google we can measure.
In Canada, France, Belgium etc... For example, we measure distance with kilometers (km).
The thermometers used to measure the temperature of things in Great Britain do so using the Celsius scale.
An AC voltmeter, nowadays they have "multimeters" that can measure multiple types of voltage, and other things if you need it.
some things are and granulated cylinder and other things like and Becker
To measure the volume of something long ago they used many things. Pottery jars, sacks, baskets and even goatskins were used before standard units of measure were developed.
Nanometers are used to measure very tiny things, like the wavelength of light or the size of atoms.
They used things called things like the body to measure cool stuff because they don't have the stuff we use to measure stuff today.
They are both units used to measure separate things. Ounces are used to measure weight, and millilitres are used to measure volume. Depending on the debsity of the substance being measured it is possible to be the same, but more information is needed to answer this question fully.
we measure things because we need to know the hight and the length of things to build things.
it is used to measure things and it is helpful. from nacho
Temperature & Height
They used body measurements to foot of man
They are used to measure different attributes of things.
mL stands for mililiters, which is used to measure volume (how much space things take up). It is not used to determine how much things weigh.
linear=line....so anything to measure flat things...rulers, tape measures, ect
A gb and a ghz are completely different things. A gb is a measure of the memory of a computer and ghz is a measure of frequency and is used to measure your procesor's clock speed.