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Q: What unit you would use to measure the length of your arm?

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An adult's arm length.

The length of one arm is about 40% of your height

Mechanical advantage= effort arm length/ load arm length For Example Effort arm=120 cm Load arm length= 40 cm MA-120/40 = 3

In square each arm's length is equal. If we indicate each arm's length by 'a'. Then area of square =(a)2

Usually not.

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Probably the best metric unit of measure to use would be the Centimeter (cm) ...There are 2.54 cm per inch.

A ruler

A foot is a unit of distance about the length from your wrist to your elbow. Anything you can measure can be expressed in feet. If it is smaller than your arm or longer than a portion of a mile then I would probably choose a different measurement.

in centimeters

CUBIT

centimetre.

An ell is an obsolete unit of measurement - the length of an arm from elbow to tip of the middle finger.

umm well maby you get a ruler and put it up to your arm, then u rite down what the number is

A Newton meter (N·m) is the SI unit for torque, force applied to the lever arm x the length of the lever arm. A Joule, the unit for energy or work, is also a N·m.

An adult's arm length.

The earliest known length measurement unit is the cubit: the length from the point of a bent elbow to the tip of the longest finger. Because this length varies from person to person the King's arm was used as the standard cubit and "cubit rods" were cut to that length and used by everyone else to measure lengths and distances. Other units were determined similarly: the standard foot being the length of the king's foot, the inch is the length of 3 barley corns placed end to end, etc.

An arm's length is a distance approximately equal to the length of a human arm, sometimes used figuratively.