unit of length

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u·nit of length

1. metric system and SI: meter;
2. CGS system: centimeter;
3. variable in the English system: inch for short distances, foot for moderate distances and for elevation, mile for long distances.
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It is interesting to note that despite these regional differences, many of the basic units of length during these earlier times were very similar throughout most of the world.
Measurements are available in both standard and meter systems making this an excellent tool for mathematics activities that involve using both units of length.
The results are plotted in Figure 3 and highlight the number of cracks for all 16 units of length.
The present procedure for the award of a public contract is the delivery of 8 units of brand new (year 2014) city buses, low-floor including 6 units of length SN (11.
Using a linear model relies upon comparing units of length, using an area model relies upon comparing units of area and using a discrete model of fractions relies upon comparing abstract units composed of other units (abstract composite units).
Using healthcare situations for illustration, they describe the number system; addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division skills; units of length, liquid volume, and weight; using a calculator; rounding; calculations with decimals; imperial units still in use; fractions and ratios; proportionality and "per"; percentages; miscellaneous math; and applications to areas such as dosages, fluid requirements for children, growth charts, and molar concentrations and chemical formulas.
Primary school children commonly use 30-centimetre and one-metre rulers as tools to apply the use of standard or formal units of length.
Table 2: Correspondence of metric and Imperial units of length and area.
L,c+c+r]--Heat flow, in units of length, which loses in the environment with conduction, convection and radiation, [([E.
The answer is that, although the operations yield analogous results, subtracting two horses from four horses is not the same thing as subtracting two units of length from four units of length.
Moreover, he is able to introduce natural units of length, mass, time, and temperature [4; [section]164].
He talks about Bohr units of length and time Plank's cavity radiancy Einstein's quantum energies and more.