Degrees Centigrade or Celsius although in some less advanced parts of the world, they still use Fahrenheit.
Temperature has no units. The so-called "degrees" are nothing but slices of large intervals defined by the freezing and boiling points of water, or some such reference.
There are so many units for measuring volume that are commonly used. Some of these units include litres, pints, gallons and so much more.
the units for area are always stated as a square of some units of lengths?
Answer: no, u measure the raduis Answer: The area of any figure will be expressed in square centimeters, or some other square units. The actual measurements, in a circle, are of course done in linear units (e.g., centimeters) - the area will then be calculated.
If the expected answer is "squared" or "to the second power", it is not correct because some units are square measures - eg acre. An acre squared would be a four-dimensional concept!
Area and perimeter can be used for measuring things such as lawns (for lawn care) or an area of ground for cement (to order the cement)
if you measure a crayon with inches is not the same as measuring with feet.
It is s units on some unspecified scale for measuring length.
The foot, yard, mile, gallon, quart, pound and fluid ounce are examples of units of measurement in the United States customary units system. Examples of metric units of measurement include the meter, kilometer and gram.
Liters, gallons, cups, pints, demijohns. Kilometers^3
The International System of Units has standard units for all types of measurements.Unfortunately some countries as United States, Canada, United Kingdom and colonies doesn't recognize the SI.