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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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This sounds like a homework problem.

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

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.

Heh heh, them loses marks. Oh the irony.

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 :)

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

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.

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

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.)