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Q: What are 3 things you would measure with a meters?

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That would be 3 km.

The volume is a cubic measure and so cannot be 17.576 metres. It would be 17.576 cubic metres! Length = (17.576)1/3 = 2.6 metres.

Acceleration is a change in speed, measured per second and so would be meters per second per second or meters per second squared.

15. That is if you had an area that was 15 meters long and one meter wide that would be 15 square meters. Now it you had an area that was 5 meters long and 3 meters long you would also have 15 square meters. So there is no one certain answer to your question as you asked it. You would need to change the question.

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Height would be centimeters for things or people under 3 meters tall. Meters after that. In Feet and inches for Western measurement.

You wouold use meters. One meter is about 3 feet.

Meters are used to measure length or distance, among other things. One meter equates to about 3 feet 3⅜ inches.

-- measure the length, in meters -- measure the width, in meters -- measure the height, in meters -- multiply the 3 numbers together -- the answer is the volume of the box, in cubic meters

There is no way to convert kg (a measure of weight) into meters (a measure of length) as they measure different things and are not related.However, kg can be converted into CUBIC meters if the density (in kg/m^3) of the substance of which the object is made is known. Then:cubic_meters = kg / density

None. A metre is a 1-dimensional measure of length; a cubic metre is a 3-dimensional measure of volume. The two measure different things and it is not possible, nor sensible, to convert from one to the other.

Meter sticks, chopped up meter sticks (in fractions), and double-meter sticks.

You can't just convert any unit to any other unit. Meters and kilograms are used to measure completely different things.

A 3 meter tape measure.

This is impossible. They arent equivalent. Used to measure completely different things.

Volume of the sphere: 4/3*pi*2^3 = 33.5 cubic meters to one decimal place

Depends on which way you measure it, in meters that would be ca. 2.70.

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