# how to measure for tubigrip?

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Unless the laws of physics are different in Brown County, I would guess you'd do it the same way they do it everywhere else.

The ill is a traditional unit of volume for liquids, especially wine and other alcoholic beverages. The gill is 1/4 pint . In the U. S. customary system, one gill is equal to 1/2 cup , 4 fluid ounces, 7.21875 cubic inches, or about 118.3 milliliters. In the British Imperial ...

### Answered:Need one to measure color

The tray is removable. Max capacity is 1000 gm.

### Answered:Equavilent measure for chopped vs dried

I would add 1/4 cup of dried parsley as it is much smaller when it is dried.

### Answered:Why is it useful to have a second person help with taking measurements at

There should always be a verifiable witness @ a crime scene to everything that is done.

### Answered:How is measurement connected to ratio and proportion in real life?

For example: Signal-to-noise ratio is a measure used in science and engineering that compares the level of a desired signal to the level of background noise. It is defined as the ratio of signal power to the noise power.

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### How do you measure acceleration?

There are two kinds of acceleration: average and instantaneous. Average acceleration is measured over a "long" (that means measurable) time interval while instantaneous acceleration is measured over a "very small" (unbelievably short or infinitesimal) time interval. For each kind of acceleration ...

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I'm terrible at numbers. Sorry.

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1 milliliter = 0.067 628 045 405 Tablespoon [US] http://www.onlineconversion.com/volume.htm fantastic site. I use it quite a bit for work.

### Antique brass measuring set . 7 small bowls sit ...

Hi Sudie: Sounds like what you've got there is Empress Ware. You'll find a lot of the copper teapots online but I think the measuring cups are a bit rarer. http://www.oldcopper.org/marks%20e.htm