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The methods of measurement are exactly the same - whatever the measurement system. The only difference is the units in which the information is recorded, or the details of the measurement tools that are used.

Many tape measures, for example, will have inches and feet (Imperial) on one side and centimetres and metres (metric) on the other side. You measure the length of things in almost exactly the same way. The only difference is which side of the tape you read.

Similarly, bathroom scales, for measuring weight will have dual scales.

Digital thermometers can be set to show the temperature in Celsius or Fahrenheit.

And so on.

Q: What are the methods of imperial measurement?

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Feet and inches are part of the Imperial measurement system.

A tonne is a metric measurement.

The Imperial system.

26 inches is an imperial measurement of length equal to the metric measurement of 66.04 centimetres

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