Measurement Definition

It is known as measure to the result of measuring an unknown quantity using as a parameter a known quantity of the same magnitude that will be chosen as a unit. For example, we want to buy a fabric that must have a certain size to match a window, for example, if the purpose is to use it to make a curtain, then, with a tool, in this case a meter, which is that tool used to measure this type of material and that already has pre-established sizes in it, we will be able to determine exactly the amount of fabric that we must buy to carry out the preparation of the curtain.

Obviously, and as we said, the condition without equanom is that both the object and the unit of measurement correspond to the same magnitude, otherwise we would be making a significant calculation error that would cause our work to be truncated. Sometimes, it will be better to exceed even a little in the limits of measure that we have, because of course it will be better that we have a piece of cloth left over and we have to cut again, than having to go for another piece of cloth and attach it to the previous one, thus generating a clear untidiness in the final work.

then one unit of measurement is the standardized quantity of a certain physical quantityMeanwhile, to avoid mistakes or bad measurements, the International Committee of Weights and Measures established 7 fundamental magnitudes and their corresponding standards to measure them, these are: length, mass, time, electrical intensity, temperature, amount of substance, and luminous intensity..