Meters or yards probably it depends how long the blackboard is and if you use metric or not if you ue metric then it would be meters
metric system is for commies
centimetres , i think ,.... what else??i dunno how long ur mouse is but 4 mine that would be a sensible measure
I would use meters because well thats the only other choice to choose from!
A table in an ordinary house would be around 6 foot long, this would usually be measured in feet, imperial, or metres, metric.
The official metric (SI) unit for length is the meter. For long distances, such as the distance between towns or cities, the kilometer (1000 meters) is commonly used.
Have scientists in all parts of the world long used metric systems?
In the English (or imperial) system, distances are measured in inches, feet, yards, or miles, depending on what kind of distance you want to measure. In the metric system, commonly used units are millimeters, centimeters, meters, kilometers - again, depending on how long the distance is, you would usually choose a shorter or a larger unit.
kilogram There is only one metric system, and it is used to measure everything, If you mean what nits would you use to measure a dollar bill, its length would be in metres. All distances are in metres, prefixes merely show the fraction or multiple of metres. A dollar bill is 0.1559 metres long, for convenience this is written as 155.9 millimetres. It is 66.3 mm wide. Its weigth, or mass, is 1 gram.
The vowel sound in "spoon" is neither a long nor a short "o". It does, however, have a long "oo" sound.
centimeters. a decimeter is 10 times as long as a centimeter.
That would depend on how long your tape measure was.
well... it matters how long it is
The parsec is 3.26 light years. Astronomers measure distances to remote galaxies in megaparsecs--millions of parsecs. This is about the longest commonly used length metric.
Most beds are approximately 2 metres (or 190-200 cm) in length. I would use either metres or centimetres. Update, If you know your bed size you can use this chart to determine the metric dimensions, length and width. csgnetwork.com/bed_sizes_metric.html
You could use a long tape measure or a laser measure device.You could use a long tape measure or a laser measure device.
Coca cola does not and will not melt a spoon, this is a myth.
24 metric measures
A megalodon would have been between 16 and 20 metres long.
The metric system has a long history. The "treaty of the meter" was signed in Paris in 1875 and perhaps might be thought of as the start of the metric system. However, the meter was put forward as a standard measure back in the 1700s. It was at that time that some bright scientist in France decided that a meter was one ten millionth of the distance from the equator to the pole of the earth (measured through Paris, of course). From 1875 to the 1970s, the metric system was refined. We now have a metric system that covers physical properties, time, electrical units and chemical units. What remains a bit of a mystery is how someone got a tape measure long enough to measure the distance from the equator to the pole! Follow the link below for more interesting information.
Metric Rulers and meter sticks are used to measure short lengths and distances. Both devices are marked in centimeters and millimeters.Metric Rulers are generally 15 cm (6 inches) and 30 cm (12 inches) long.