mmHg is a unit measuring pressure. 1mmHg=133.32Pa
it's not an acronym. it means millimetres of mercury and it's for measuring pressure typically of vacuum. 760 mm Hg = 1 atmosphere
MM= milimeters, for measuring distance Pound= weight, for measuring weight Not the same thing
In weights and measure it stands for millimetre.In Roman numerals it stands for 2,000It could also stand for Megametre, or Momme.It stands for milimeter when measuring 10mm = 1cm (centimeter)
In mathematics an MM degree stand for a Masters of Mathematics. Lowercase mm stand for millimeters.
"mm " refers to millimetres and has nothing to do with teaspoons
An area measuring 135 mm wide x 215 mm long x 580 mm deep has a volume of 0.0168345 cubic meters.
meter, if you are measuring distance
MM = 2000
mm means millimeter which is small unit of measuring length
mm- Millimeter is measuring factor when ton is weight. You can't answer that.
1 mm = 1/10 of a cm or 1/1000 of a meter
For accurately measuring .01 mm
in metric it will be mm/hr
No, mm stands for millimeters.
mm stands for millimeters
mm is millimeters & wt is weight
Are you thinking of Mm? Molar mass. Or millimeters?
MM in roman numerals stands for 2000
mm stands for millimeters. There are 10 mm in a centimeter and 1000 mm in a meter.
The "mm" is the abbreviation for millimeters. So "12 mm" stands for "12 millimeters"