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In today’s world, we cannot do without measurement. Grocery shop owner needs to measure weight, doctors measures temperature, blood pressure, Two wheeler mechanics measures tyre pressure, milkman measures milk, mesons measures wall length etc. Measuring units become essential part of proper communication.
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In today’s world, we cannot move a single step ahead without measurement. A grocery shop owner needs to measure weight. A doctor measures body temperature and blood pressure. A two wheeler mechanic measures tyre pressure. A milkman measures quantity of milk. A mason measures height, breadth and depth of wall and so on. To measure physical quantities, we define units of measurement that are essential in any kind of estimation. These units are broadly classified into two categories, viz. qualitative and quantitative.
 
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In today’s world, we cannot move a single step ahead without measurement. A grocery shop owner needs to measure weight. A doctor measures body temperature and blood pressure. A two wheeler mechanic measures tyre pressure. A milkman measures quantity of milk. A mason measures height, breadth and depth of wall and so on. To measure physical quantities, we define units of measurement that are essential in any kind of estimation. These units are broadly classified into two categories, viz. qualitative and quantitative.

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