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Q: Area measured in degrees in which time is the same?
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The one thing that is measured in the same unit in all measurement systems?

Time - it is measured in seconds.


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If you mean 'measured by the area under the speed/time graph' then this is total distance travelled.


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Speed is measured by distance and time, yes. Velocity takes in direction.


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