put the pencil into a measuring jug filled with water to 100g the when you put the pencil in you see how much it has gone up . if it has gone up to 150g the pencil will the 50g in area. because you put in 100g of water
Any metric unit would do. But it might be easier to pick something smaller than the length of the pencil, like a centimeter, or a millimeter.
It's gonna be inches/centimeters.
You would use square metres (m2) to find the area of a door.
You can use millimeters.
To find the area of a book cover in metric units, the most appropriate unit to use would be centimeters. The formula for finding the area of a book cover would be: length x width.
A square nanometer.
Square meters, generally.
Square centimetres (cm2).
You would find millimetres on a ruler using metric.
If it's a standard book, the standard units would probably be cm2.
You would find centimeters, millimeters and meters on a metric ruler or tape measure.
i found out that my pencil case is full of universe
One can find a metric to imperial conversion at a neighborhood library. A bookstore would be another source to find a metric to imperial conversion table.
In the pencil-holder of dread, perhaps. ...look for it on the Desk of Horror in the Classroom of Misfortune ;-)
What pencil? :(
You would use meters.