Power = rate at which Work is done (Work or Energy divided by Time)
Units often used for this include:
it means that theres a lot to do and little time. so your overwhelmed with how much you need to get done and how much time you have and that you think you can't get it all done in that certain amount of time(:
A physical therapist uses math when he/she checks the total amount of how much they need to charge each patient. They also use it when they measure how swollen or how large a body part is. Whenever an instrument is used, like a goinometer, they measure how much force is used.
Good. It looks like Ty and his parents are practicing fiscal responsibility.
Bhp isn't a measure of speed it stands for brake horse power which is how much power a vehicle has and even if two things have the same amount of bhp they don't necessarily have the same speed
See how much dissolves in a certain amount of water
The amount of energy it takes to change the temperature of a substance by a certain amount. How much energy it takes to heat a substance ~APEX
you can measure rate with how big or long or how much something improves in a certain amount of time
Generally we measure things to know how much we have.
Pre-testing is done before and post-testing is done after. They are typically done before and after a class to measure how much was learned. They can also be done to measure the effectiveness of certain training or therapy.
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No volume is how much space an object takes up. Mass is the measure of the amount of matter in an object.
A measure of how much solid will dissolve in a given amount of liquid is known as the "solubility" of that compound in that liquid.
It's efficiency would be 100%, but it's basically a theoretical ideal, because no matter how much it is minimized, "machine" automatically means a certain amount of friction, and a certain amount of heat generated, even if they are tiny amounts. That prevents 100% efficiency.
Liters measure the volume of something so to measure the amount of water in the pool you'd use liters
The answer depends on what metric you use to measure the amount of mathematics!