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MAT measurement

Scientific Measurements to Study for the Miller Analogies Test (MAT)

TermDefinition
ampere unit of electrical current
beaufort scale that measures wind speed
bit unit in computer engineering; 1/8 of byte
byte unit in computer engineering; 8 bits
caliber diameter of a bullet or shell
celsius temperature; 0=freezing and 100=boiling
cord 128 cubit feet of timber
curie unit of radioactivity
fahrenheit 32=freezing; 212=boiling
fathom depth; equals 6 feet
furlong distance; 1/8 of mile
hectare 2.47 acres
hertz unit of frequency
joule unit of energy
Kelvin temp scale on which all degrees equal Celsius + 273
league distance for ships; equals 3 miles
ohm unit of electrical resistance
stone = 14 lbs
volt unit of electricity
watt unit of power
Created by: Pippin14