It would have to be a huge pencil. One meter equals about 39 inches.
How many termites will fit on a meter stick
You could measure it with either a yard stick or meter stick. If you want to measure the basketball court in metric units, then you would use the meter stick. If you want to measure the basketball court in English units, you would use the yard stick.
On a normal metre stick a centimetre, of which you would have 100.
You would measure it in centimeters.
A meter stick would measure an object in either centimeters or millimeters. One meter is equal to 100 cm or 1000mm.
Duha yes you would use a meter stik.
a meter stick
on which unit you usually practicing.
a meter stick.
there are 100 cetimeters in a meter so if the pencil is 20 centimeter long it would take 5 pencils to make a meter now as far as concern with the 19 centimeters of pencil i will say the question is not asked in a right way.
A ruler, tape measure, yard stick, or meter stick would be ideal.
None. Milliliters is a measurement of liquid, meaning 1/1000 of a liter. However, there are 1000 milli-meters on a meter stick.
oh my goodness yes of course the length of a pencil is way smaller than 1 meter get a ruler and you may see if it's over 100 cm it over 1 meter if it's @ 100cm it's 1 meter so it would actually depend on what type of pencil you talking about an dit's measurements and measurer fyi( for your info) 100 cm =1 meter
Measure the length of the stick and divide that number by 2. For example: If the length of the stick is measured to be 2 meters, then 2 meters / 2 = 1 meter. The middle of the stick can be located by measuring 1 meter from either end of the stick towards the center (middle) of the stick.
The American penny is 19 millimeters in diameter, and a meter stick is 1,000 millimeters....so if we divide 1000 by 19, we find that 52.63 pennies would run the length of a meter stick.
About 1/3 of the length of it.
There are 1000 millimetres in a metre.
I would be greatly surprised if you ever found a 25 metre stick. It would be 984.25 inches long!
The relativistic contraction only involves the dimension parallel to the directionof motion. Your meter stick would appear strangely skinny, but still 1 meter long.