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  • 1. Measurement By:Alpha adventurer 19
  • 2. What is measurement? Measurement is determining the length, time, temperature, width, size, etc.Or the other way to say it is measuring: How much? How heavy or light? How Deep or shallow? How long or short? How far or close Etc.
  • 3. How do we use measurementin real life? Examples: Measuring the length of a car, table, door or anything you can measure the length with. Measuring the temperture in a room, water, forehead or ear to see if they have fever, or anything that could be measured in temperature. Measuring the weight of someone, vegtables, fruits, or anything that could be measured in tempersture. So basicly we use measurement every day and it’s really important we know how to use measurement.
  • 4. System of measurementsMetric system:millimeter, hectometer,centimeter, meter, etc. Minutes Secounds foot Yards liters Inches celcius MIles Hours
  • 5. Tools for measurementThere’s a lot of tools for measuring, and thesetools im going to show you are the most commononesLength: ruler,tape measureTemperature: thermometer,pyrometers.Time: clocks,stop whatches,calendarweight: scale
  • 6. Converting between units and withindifferent systems of measurement We can convert different within different systems by only converting similar units. Examples: 1 liter of water equals to 1Kg 1 square foot equals to 00.9 square units 1 yard equals to 91 cm 1 inch equals to 2.54cm
  • 7. Conections between measurement and materials measurement textiles plasic rocks wood metalOften measured in Often kg or g measured to find out how soft or hard Usually measured by length,cm,inches or meters
  • 8. Thanks 4 watching!Yo! BYE!ALPHA ADVENTURER 19’S PRODUTIONS