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A **unit of measurement** is a definite magnitude of a quantity, defined and adopted
by convention or by law, that is used as a standard for measurement of the ...

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We can measure how big things are, how warm they are, how heavy they are,
and lots of other features as well. **Units of Measurement** provide standards for our
...

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Americans probably use a greater variety of **units of measurement** than anyone
else in the world. Caught in a slow-moving transition from customary to metric ...

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In **Measurement** we talk about "**Units**" ... what are they? A **unit** is any
**measurement** that there is 1 of. So 1 meter is a **unit**. And 1 second is also a **unit**.
And 1 m/s ...

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There are two classes of **units** in the SI: base **units** and derived **units**. The base
**units** provide the reference used to define all the **measurement units** of the ...

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Recipes from different parts of the world use different **units of measurement**. This
page is a guide to those that are most commonly used in cooking.