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-In geometric measurements, length is the most

-Accuracy and precision are defined in terms of

systematic and random errors. The more common
definition associates accuracy with systematic errors
and precision with random errors. Another definition,
advanced by ISO, associates trueness with
systematic errors and precision with random errors,
and defines accuracy as the combination of both
trueness and precision.

extended dimension of an object.[1] In the International

System of Quantities, length is any quantity with
dimension distance. In other contexts "length" is the
measured dimension of an object. For example it is
possible to cut a length of a wire which is shorter than
wire thickness.

--Calculation- a process or result of calculating


-Width- the distance from one side of something to

the other side : a measurement of how wide

-An electronic calculator is a small, portable

electronic device used to perform both basic
operations of arithmetic and complex mathematical

something is
: a measured and cut piece of material (such as cloth)

- conversion marketing is the act of converting site

visitors into paying customers. However, different
sites may consider a "conversion" to be some sort of
result other than a sale.

- measurement is the process of experimentally

obtaining a numerical value of magnitude for a
characteristic that can be attributed to an object or
event within a frame of reference that permits
comparison with other objects or events.[1] Nominal
properties, meaning properties that have no
magnitude, are not included in the definition.

-cost is the value of money that has been used up to

produce something, and hence is not available for use
1. A small, hard seed, especially of wheat, corn, rice, or another cereal plant.


-The metric system is an internationally

agreed decimal system of measurement. It was
originally based on the mtre des Archives and
the kilogramme des Archives introduced by
the French First Republic in 1799 but over the years,
the definitions of the metre and the kilogram have
been refined, and the metric system has been
extended to incorporate many more units. Although a
number of variants of the metric system emerged in
the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, the
term is now often used as a synonym for "SI"[Note 1] or
the "International System of Units"the
official system of measurement in almost every
country in the world.


This is much simpler than the

American system of measurement, in which we
have to remember inches, feet, miles, and many
more units of measurement. Metric prefixes
can be used with any base unit. For example, a
kilometer is 1,000 meters, a kilogram is 1,000
grams, and a kiloliter is 1,000 liters.

2. A small particle of something, such as salt, pollen, or sand.

3. A unit of weight equal to 0.002 ounce (0.07 gram). See Table at measurement

-The hemline is the line formed by the lower edge of

a garment, such as a skirt, dress or coat, measured
from the floor
-Integrated Marketing Communication (IMC) is the
application of consistent brand messaging across

traditional and non-traditional marketing channels and

using differentpromotional[] methods to reinforce each

- pattern, apart from the term's use to mean

"Template",[a] is a discernible regularity in the world or
in a manmade design. As such, the elements of a
pattern repeat in a predictable manner. A geometric

pattern is a kind of pattern formed of geometric

shapes and typically repeating like a wallpaper.

-The English system is defined as the

measurement system used in many
countries including the United States using
feet, pounds and seconds