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Measuring to precise, exact increments is referred to as:
a) linear measurement.
b) indirect measurement.
c) precision measurement.
d) standard measurement.

The most common linear measurement device is the:
a) rule.
b) square.
c) measuring tape.
d) yardstick.

Sensors gathering measurements and then displaying them on an output device is an example of:
a) indirect reading measurement.
b) computer output.
c) precision measurement.
d) CAD.

Instruments used to measure mass are:
a) calipers.
b) weight scale.
c) digital.
d) micrometer.

The calibrated container is used to measure:
a) volume.
b) mass.
c) weight.
d) diameter.

What measurement tool would be used for laying out perpendicular lines?
a) protractor.
b) caliper.
c) square.
d) rule.

When measuring units of volume, scientists utilize:
a) calibrated containers.
b) calipers.
c) micrometers.
d) scales.

When measuring angles from 0 degrees to 180 degrees, the proper tool would be a:
a) caliper.
b) micrometer.
c) protrctor.
d) combination square.

Which of the following tools is needed to measure objects in very precise increments, thousandths (0.001) of an inch?
a) caliper
b) micrometer
c) protractor
d) rule

Horsepower and watts are measurement of:
a) area.
b) speed.
c) power.
d) pressure.

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