What Is a Measurement Standard?

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A Measurement Standard is a unit of measurement that has been accepted and approved by a board of professionals in that particular field. It is any standard that is set so as to ensure that measurements are recorded in a standard, universal and reliable manner. It can also be used to refer to the quantity or even the quality against which entities are compared.
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