Q: What is length height thickness and distance?

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It is Length.

Height and length are measurements. Height is usually the distance from an objects upper-most point to its lowest. Length is usually the distance from one side of an object to the other.

Formula for working out height of a tree is (distance from eye to base of tree/distance from eye to base of stick) x length of stick = tree height.(distance from eye to base of tree/distance from eye to base of stick) x length of stick = tree height is the formula for working out height of a tree.

Length, width and height are all measurements of distance. Distance is measured in meters (metric system) or inches/feet/miles (imperial system).

Meters. It's the same unit you would use for length, or distance.

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It is Length.

Volume= Length x Height x thickness = Mass ---------- Density So, Thickness = Mass ---------------------------------- Density x Length x Height

A plane

they are density heat length height width and thickness Length, height and width all measure the same property - distance just in different directions. Mass can be measured. Volume can be measured and sometimes calculated using measurements of distance and formulas for established shapes. Ex the volume of a rectangular prism is V= lwh Density is usually calculated based on mass and volume.

Height and length are measurements. Height is usually the distance from an objects upper-most point to its lowest. Length is usually the distance from one side of an object to the other.

Height (thickness or dept) Width Length

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Measuring length, width, height, and distance are all forms of what measurement?

Length is used to measure distance or height. It is measured in km , m ,cm.

Are measurable characteristics of solid objects in a gravitational field.

A point has no length, width, or thickness. A line has infinite length but no width or thickness. A plane has infinite length and width but no thickness.