Q: How are lengths of timber measured?

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A rhombus is a 4 sided quadrilateral whose sides are equal in lengths and can be measured with a ruler.

Because length is one dimension, thus it's measured in linear units.

Angular displacements measured in radians or stradians, lengths of lines measured in units of length.

Length can be measured in feet, inches and centimetres

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Timber is measured in hoppus feet.

A timber pond was basically an artificial pond of water for storing cut lengths of timber to prevent them becoming seasoned. Mainly used in ship building.

All lengths are measured in metres.

A tape measure is used to measure lengths. Lengths, on that scale, are usually measured in millimetres, centimetres, metre, inches, feet or yards. Lengths cannot be measured in grams.

Focal length is measured in milimeters (mm) -----------------------------------------------------------------

A rhombus is a 4 sided quadrilateral whose sides are equal in lengths and can be measured with a ruler.

Our lengths cannot be measured .When two of us meet,we form right angles

Because length is one dimension, thus it's measured in linear units.

All lengths are measured in metres.

Lengths that are more than 1,000 microns and less than 1 meter are usually measured in millimeters.

Angular displacements measured in radians or stradians, lengths of lines measured in units of length.