Eaches is the plural form of each and is often used to denote a number of individual items taken from a larger package.
There may be 20 cases on one pallet
There may be 10 eaches in one case
So in the above example 1 pallet would be equal to 200 eaches.
Note that the measurement 'each' is entirely dependent on packaging and usage.
The term "Eaches" is often synonymous with "Pieces".
Eaches is not an English word.
The SI unit for the quantity of matter is the mole, in which one mole is equal to 6.022 x 1023 of anything.
the comparison of unknown quantity against fixed with known quantity is called measurement.
Quantity can have different meanings depending on who is using the term and in what context. What quantity of electricity is being used is different from what quantity of water was needed. Quantity is a measurement, measurements have units. Length is a measurement of quantity, metres or yards are units; Volume is a measurement of quantity, litres or gallons are units etc.
A comparison between an unknown quantity and a standard is known formally as a measurement. In essence, by taking a measurement of a standard against an unknown quantity, you are creating your own system of measurement.
a magnitude of a physical quantity
It is a measurement.
No - It is a unit of measurement of liquid quantity or volume
measurement value (magnitude of the quantity) and a proper unit.
A standard use for a measurement of a physical quantity is called the unit of that physical quantity
A vector quantity is a measurement with a direction. A force is a vector quantity because if depends on direction.