An anemometer measures wind speed.
An anomometeris important because if a metoroligist didn't have anomometers they wouldn't have known how hard the wind is blowing and in what direction. So a anomometer measures the wind speed and what direction it's going in.
No, it does not.
Stevenson Screen measures temperature (in shaded white box) rain gauge measures rainfall/precipitation barometer measures atmospheric pressure anomometer measures wind speed wind vane measures wind direction Campbell Stokes Recorder measures sunshine hours in each day Hygrometer measures humidity and temperature (moisture in air)
a tool used to measure the speed of wind
A wind vane is an instrument for measuring wind direction and for an approximate measure of wind speed. An anemometer measures wind speed the direction is often not measured.
An anamometer is usually a set of 3 cups that are rotated by the wind and measure the wind speed by equating it with speed of rotation.
The wind controls the speed of rotation of the arms of an anemometer and this can be electrically converted to a measuring pointer to indicate wind speed.
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There is the meter, that measures distance.There is the kilogram, which measures mass.There is the candela, which measures luminous intensity.There is the second, which measures time.There is the mole, which measures amount of substance.There is the Kelvin, which measures temperature.And there is the ampere, which measures electrical current.
It measures humidity.
it measures weight
it measures weight
A 'vane' measures wind direction.A 'vane' measures wind direction.
What measures density
It measures angles in degrees
A hygrometer measures humidity.
a barometer measures air pressure. an anemometer measures wind speed. a thermometer measures temperature.
The answer depends on what the "b" measures are and how they differ from the "a" measures and also "c" and other subsequent measures.
A barometer measures pressure while a thermometer measures temperature.
Megan, what do you mean by "equivalent measures to 10"? Can you reword your question?