Q: Words most likely means a measure of distance traveled?

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Probability is a numerical measure. Occasionally, though, it is expressed in words such as very likely or not at all likely. But these phrases are (or should be) based on the fact that probability itself is a number.

There are no kilometers in a hectare, as a kilometer is a measure of distance and a hectare is a measure of area. If you want to compare the relationship between them though, it would be as follows: 1ha = (1km / 10)2 or: 1ha = 1km2/100 In other words, a hectare is equal in area to a square with a side length of one tenth of a kilometer.

Statement scale refers to the scale expressed in terms of words. It describes the relation between the distance and time in forms of words expression Example: the bus travelled the distance of ten kilometres for thirty minutes.

There is no correct answer to this because "square feet" is a measure of area, but 14 feet is a measure of length. In other words, 14 feet is a distance, e.g. the car is 14 feet long. Square feet is an area, e.g. the back yard is 14 feet long by 10 feet wide so it has an area of 140 square feet.

The distance around a circle is its circumference.

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The word that most likely means "a measure of distance around a specific area" based on Greek roots is "perimeter." The term is derived from the Greek words "peri" meaning "around" and "metron" meaning "measure."

The stem "meter" in words like odometer or tetrameter refers to a unit of measurement. In odometer, it measures distance traveled while in tetrameter, it refers to a rhythmic pattern in poetry with four metrical feet per line.

The word is "perimeter." It comes from the Greek roots "peri," meaning around, and "metron," meaning measure.

D=RT, or in other words, to find the rate(R)(speed) of an object take the distance (D)traveled divided by the time(T).

To measure distance and to draw straight lines

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"until death or DISTANCE do you part" (because one was likely to be sold)

Probability is a numerical measure. Occasionally, though, it is expressed in words such as very likely or not at all likely. But these phrases are (or should be) based on the fact that probability itself is a number.

The Greek root "meter" means measure or measurement. It is commonly used in words related to measuring or counting, such as thermometer (device to measure temperature) or diameter (distance across a circle through its center).

Go, traversed, traveled, rode ...

Velocity is the rate of change of an object's position with respect to time. It is calculated by dividing the change in position by the change in time. In other words, velocity is a measure of how fast an object is moving at a particular moment in time.

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