Measurement gives a
number to a particular
characteristics of a
person, an object or a
concept.
When measurements
are made, they are
expresses quantitatively
as numbers
It is the study of the
standard units of
measure and the skillful
use of measuring
devices.
THE ENGLISH SYSTEM
 Used by Great Britain and its colonies
 There are several systems of units, each
containing units f...
THE ENGLISH SYSTEM
Inch
Foot
Yard
mile
The metric system is widely used in the
world. Industries, for example, that
import or export a great deal of goods
use t...
The metric system of weights and
measures is based on decimals and
powers of 10.
Unit of measure For:
Meter Length
Gram W...
The idea of measurement dates
back to the ancient civilizations
of Egypt, Babylonia and China.
Through trade and conquest...
Originally, our
forefathers made use of
their body parts to
measure lengths and
distances.
Measurement arose from the early man’s
need to count objects and to find lengths
and distances.The earliest units used ar...
Measurement gives a base to
understand the universe.
All around us we are surrounded by
various things.We might not note...
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    1. 1. Measurement gives a number to a particular characteristics of a person, an object or a concept.
    2. 2. When measurements are made, they are expresses quantitatively as numbers
    3. 3. It is the study of the standard units of measure and the skillful use of measuring devices.
    4. 4. THE ENGLISH SYSTEM  Used by Great Britain and its colonies  There are several systems of units, each containing units for properties such as length, volume, weight, and time. In the English system the units are defined in an arbitrary way.
    5. 5. THE ENGLISH SYSTEM Inch Foot Yard mile
    6. 6. The metric system is widely used in the world. Industries, for example, that import or export a great deal of goods use the metric system, especially if the countries they do business with also use the metric system.To be specific, we have companies that sell soft drink bottles in liters, chocolate bars in grams, clothing in meters, etc.
    7. 7. The metric system of weights and measures is based on decimals and powers of 10. Unit of measure For: Meter Length Gram Weight Liter Capacity
    8. 8. The idea of measurement dates back to the ancient civilizations of Egypt, Babylonia and China. Through trade and conquest, systems of measurements spread to other parts of the world.
    9. 9. Originally, our forefathers made use of their body parts to measure lengths and distances.
    10. 10. Measurement arose from the early man’s need to count objects and to find lengths and distances.The earliest units used are parts of the human body: the finger, the hand, the cubit, the foot and the step. Through trade and commerce, forms of measurement spread to other parts of the world
    11. 11. Measurement gives a base to understand the universe. All around us we are surrounded by various things.We might not note it but unconsciously we are actually "measuring" things and understanding them one way or the other.  Just imagine how a world would be without being able to measure anything. We are surrounded by Measurement.

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