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FIND 10 EVERYDAY EXAMPLES OF S.I UNITS? Answered

TELL ME WHETER THE UNIT MEASURES LENGTH, MASS, TIME, TEMPERATURE, VOLUME, OR SOMETHING ELSE

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Bigev (author)2009-08-25

This sounds like a homework problem.

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lemonie (author)Bigev2009-08-25

Yes it does, I wonder whether Teacher wants the piece done in block capitals or not? L

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Kiteman (author)lemonie2009-08-25

Block capitals make teachers' eyes hurt.

Bad spelling makes them loses marks.

Laziness makes them angry.

If Guest 's teacher ever sees this, he's in deep doodoo.

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Bigev (author)Kiteman2009-08-25

Heh heh, them loses marks. Oh the irony.

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Gorfram (author)Bigev2009-08-25

Just wait 'til Guest gets to High School: if he mixes his metaphors, that could really get his English Instructor p*ssed off under the collar.

(apologies for the crudeness, but I've always loved that one :)

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Lithium Rain (author)Gorfram2009-08-25
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lemonie (author)Kiteman2009-08-25

I don't suppose you ever catch your students here though... L

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Kiteman (author)lemonie2009-08-25

There is one (now ex) pupil who is a member here - he's posted a couple of reasonable projects, but he's not tried doing homework here. He knows I see all.

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seandogue (author)2009-08-25

I think you might be able to barter with this guy for an answer

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karnuvap (author)2009-08-25

Second = time (on my watch)
Kilogram = Mass (I weigh myself in these)
Celcius = Temperature (The forecast uses these)
Metres = Distance (The track event races are in this)
Joules = Energy - my food labels have this on
Hz - Frequency - my radio tunes into this (Ok, Megahertz)
Volts - Electric potential - My power supply has this on
Amps - Current - The fuses in my mains plug have this on
Watts - Power (My lightbulbs have this on)
Litre - Volume - I buy my petrol by this.
Sucker - Unit of homework (This is used to measure when someone is doing you homework for you.)

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