# Units Measure definitions

# Definition Sets
1 por 12 sets
2 using the most appropriate unit of measure that is the most beneficial for ease of collection and calculation 8 sets
3 -staff hours -staff days -weeks -lump sum 5 sets
4 most appropriate unit of measure 5 sets
5 gram - weight (solid) liter - volume (liquid) meter - length (distance) 5 sets
6 set a standard and let us measure in between the discrete counting units 4 sets
7 meter-millimeters- micrometers- nanometers. 1m=1,000 milimeters = 10^3mm = 1000,000 micrometers = 10^6 microns (mu) = 1,000,000,000 nanometers = 10^9 nm 3 sets
8 each unit used in measurements (such as staff hours, staff days, weeks, or lump sum) is defined for each of the resources 3 sets
9 acct info should be measured and reported in the national monetary unit 2 sets
10 what is the unit you will measure in? 2 sets
11 this is a very simple, yet important consideration. the units that you select to for measurements will depend on the specific situation and the needs of the organization 2 sets
12 units of measure 2 sets
13 descriptions of the number of a measurement 2 sets
14 length-meters, volume-liters, mass-grams 2 sets
15 concentration number weight volume size temp time 1 set
16 us survey foot, international foot, and meters 1 set
17 8 ounces= 1 cup 2 cups= 1 pint 2 pints= 1 quart 4 quarts= 1 gallon 8 pints= 1 gallon 16 cups= 1 gallon 1 set
18 length=meters,cm mass=grams liquid=milliliter,liter volume of rectangular prism=cm3, density=gram/cm g/ml 1 set
19 frequency (pitch) - hertz intensity (loudness) - decibels 1 set
20 pounds or units of measure used in weight 1 set
21 0 1 set
22 1. cm³=ml (volume) 2. grams (mass) 1 set
23 centi, milli, micro, nano, angstrom 1 set
24 grams: mass; length: meter; volume: liter 1 set
25 radiation equivalent man (rem): unit of dose equivalent, equal to the product of absorbed dose in rad and a quality factor sievert: unit in the international system used to measure the dose equivalence, or biologic effectiveness, of differing radiation; 1 sv=100 rem 1 set
26 a small amount of biological damage, our body can do some repairing on its own. 1 set
27 joules, calories, kwh, btus 1 set
28 si international system 1 rem-traditional unit/sievert-international system rem radiation equivalent man - is the unit of dose equivalence, expressed as the product of the absorbed dose in rad and a quality factor measure the occupational dose 1 set
29 time, distance, velocity, temp. mass, density, pressure 1 set
30 all units are the same, u.s. dollars in the u.s. 1 set
31 -frequency (pitch) -intensity (loudness) 1 set
32 use metric system standard length of metric system is a meter microorganisms are usually measured in micrometers or nanometers 1 set
33 joule calorie - the amount of heat needed to raise 1g of water by 1c 1 set
34 millimeter= -3 micrometer= -6 nanometer= -9 angstrom= -10 1 set
35 elasticity 1 set
36 standard quantity used as a basis for measuring 1 set
37 forecasted units that often begin with service or product units, express packages to deliver, or customers needing maintenance service or repairs for their cars; can be translated to dollars by multiplying them by the unit price. 1 set
38 r=ohm's v=volts(v) i=amps(a) p=watts(w) e=kilowatts(kw) t=hours(hrs) 1 set
39 meter kilogram second mole ampere kelvin candela watt newton joule 1 set
40 meter (m) millimeter (mm) micrometer (μm) nanometer (nm) liter (l) milliliter (ml) microliter (μm) conversions worksheet 1 set
41 centimeter gram second (cgs) - used in u.s. meter-kilogram second (mks) or si - used internationally 1 set
42 accounting information should be measured and reported in the national monetary unit 1 set
43 blank assumption-use monetary units to measure financial statement items in u.s., it's dollars 1 set
44 precipitation, evapotranspiration - typically quantified as mm/yr snow and ice - mm/yr runoff - mm/y surface flows (discharges) and groundwater exchanges - m3/sec or 1/sec unit of flow - ft3/sec acre-foot - unit of volume equal to amount of water covering an area of 1 acre (43,560 ft2) to a depth of 1 foot (43,560 ft3) volumes of reservoirs- typically expressed in terms of acre-feet 1 set
45 the words or abbreviations following numerals describing weight, height, length, or other ways to determine the specifics of something that can be measured. 1 set
46 rems, rads, roentgens 1 set
47 making performance measures use the right units (feet, miles, etc) 1 set
48 metric unit si unit 1 set
49 millimeter 10^-3, macrometer 10^-6, and nanometer 10^-9 1 set
50 dyne/cm2 microbar = dyne/cm2 1 set
51 -frenchie is an idiot -choose the most appropriate 1 set
52 counts, units of measure 1 set
53 milligrams 1 set
54 nanometer <micrometer<millimeter<centimeter 1 set
55 always metric, always used in biology 1 set
56 when setting formats such as margins where a number is specified will be set as inches usually 1 set
57 if you need to calculate a unit price, divide the price of the item by the number of? 1 set
58 distance is usually measured in meter or kilometers, time is usually measured in seconds or hours 1 set
59 cm3 1 set
60 liters 1 set
61 know why units of measure are important so they use them (ex: 12ft) 1 set
62 ex) kilometer, dekameter, meter, centimeter, millimeter, liter, milliliter, kilogram, gram 1 set
63 hl7 version 2.x+ 1 set
64 you must determine the most appropriate unit of measure. 1 set
65 1 roentgen (r) = 1 rad and 1 rem • air = roentgen • absorbed into tissue = rad • biological effects or film badges = rem 1 set
66 unidades de medida 1 set
67 dollars, cents, hours, minutes, days, abcd? 1 set
68 units for liquids - liters (l), milliliters (ml) units for solids - grams (g), milligrams (mg), micrograms (mcg or ug) 1 set
69 what is the most appropriate? will it be the most beneficial for the ease of collection and calculation of the data? example: tracking costs, do you use dollars or cents? labor, do you use hours or minutes? 1 set
70 x 1 set
71 ways to label measurements of volume, mass, temperature, or length 1 set
72 mass, length, volume, time, pressure, energy, and temperature 1 set
73 scientists use a set of measuring units called si, or the international system of units. the base units are meters, kilograms, cubic meter, pascals, and kelvins. 1 set
74 physical quantities require units of measure. 1 set
75 16 tbsp= 1 cup 3 tsp= 1 tbsp 2 pt = 1 qt 4 qt = 1 gal 1 g = .035 oz 454 g = 1 lb 1 set
76 newtons 1 set
77 pascal(pa) 1 set