the first discovery of measurement was on the age of ancient egyptians they use their bodies to measure the length,width or size. they said that the pyramid was created by them using their bodies to measure it. Some said that aliens are the one who help and bring the discovery of measurement in the world first in egypt.. that created the pyramid..
We do not know, this information was never recorded, but it is evident from the buildings of the ancients that standard units for length were in use then.
You must first decide what you want to measure about the rice grains: their length, circumference, mass, weight, volume, color, elasticity, etc.
First you need to decide what PROPERTY of the ear you want to measure: its length, its area, its mass, its surface area, etc.
It does not matter. Conventionally, the length is the biggest side because it is the longest and so has the longest measure. But there are exceptions to that as well. That is why many manufacturers tell you (LxW or LxWxH) as well as giving the actual measures.
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You first need to decide what you want to measure about it: its length, its volume, its viscosity, etc.
Length comes first in measure quadrilaterals.
1) Measure the height of water in a beaker or a bowl. (First Measurement) 2) Place the object in the water. 3) Measure the height of the water while the object is still in the water. (Second Measurement) 4) Subtract your first measurement from your second measurement.
The cubit was the first documented record of a specified length, and was the length of an average forearm of a person. Joints of fingers gave "inch" its standard length, and the height of horses is still measured in "hands." Measurement of lengths and heights arose from body parts, as these were standard things that people carried around with them. No set "system" in particular exists for the use of these standards, but many standards we have today were derived from them.
After looking at several sites the rugs were all describe by the shorter(width) first.