An oval has two perpendicular axes, one longer and one shorter. In other words, an oval has a maximum length and a minimum length. You can measure both.
sorry i press the wrong words the anwer is gram * * * * * A gram is a measure of mass, not of length! I would use a centimetre.
Words that rhyme with metric are electric and centric.
measure for measure has how many words? measure for measure maniy
The ten letter word in an Anemometer, unless you are thinking of Wind Vane (which is two words)
sentence length is when you either use a long or a short sentence/ or amount of words to best describe or put across you point of view or as a story.
Podometerwell there are pedometers that count your steps if that helpsThe device is the "pedometer" from the Greek words ped(foot) and métron (measure).
in ment or in the word instrument
An instrument or music words.
A cm (centimeter) and an inch are both measures of length or distance. The centimeter is a unit of length in the metric system. A centimeter is about 2.54 times smaller than one inch. In other words one inch equals 2.54 centimeters.
The United States is the only country in the world not to adopt the metric system for measurement.
Words in the metric system that are measuring mass ends in gram.
The length of a document, in words.
The longest words that you can play, or "spell", using an musical instrument are eight letters long.There are only two, eight letter words which can be spelt on a musical instrument, using its notes.The first is cabbaged. The second is fabaceae.
A thermometer is an instrument for measuring heat. The word thermometer is a combination of two words from the Greek: thÃ©rmÄ“, meaning heat, and mÃ©tron, meaning measure.
'Song Without Words' was written for piano.
Prefices (singular = prefix)
In welsh weigh is pwyso and measure is mesuro.
well it depends on the length of the words
Precision has to do with the ability of your measuring instrument. For example, a ruler may be able to measure down to maybe 1 mm. A caliper, on the other hand, is a much more precise measuring instrument and may be able to measure to hundreds or thousandths of a millimeter. Accuracy has to do with how close your measurement is to the actual value. For example, you may measure the diameter of a penny with a caliper (a very precise instrument) and report your result as 2.1023 mm (an obviously incorrect - but very precise - value) because you don't know how to read the caliper. In other words, your measurement of the penny is precise but not accurate.
Imagine drawing a square on a piece of paper. Obviously, this drawing is in 2-D because although the picture has length and width, it has no height, or in other words, does not occupy space in the 3-D world. However, the cube is in 3-D. It has all the properties of a three-dimensional object: it has length, it has width, and it has height. The cube occupies space throughout our world and is therefore a three-dimensional object. Surface area is in 2-D. When we measure surface area, we do not measure thickness, or height. We only measure the length and width. Similarly, because the square has length and width but not height, it is used to measure surface area. Volume, however, is in 3-D. When we measure volume, we also measure the space it occupies in our world. Similarly, the cube occupies space through our world. How could you draw a cube with a square when it has no thickness??? Therefore, we use squares to measure surface area and cubes for volume.