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# Different Units of Measurement

## Various Measure Units

The metric and inch-descending worlds combine in a golden ratio of 1.618. Luckily and explained these two have the same meaning. The length meter is not a coincidence from which to reach an inch length. First, it’s a good idea to visually look at the relationship between meters, kilometers, miles, and inches.

1.0 - 1.25 - 1.6 - 2.0 - 2.5 - 31.15 - 4.0 - 5.0 - 6.3 - 8.0 - 10.0
1 m   -    1.618 km                                                           1000 m
1 cm    -     1 Inch = 2.5 cm
1 Inch     -       Mile                        =                63.700 x 1 Inch

Once I told of my calculation method to well educated Engineer. He said, he was specialized in strength calculation. Viewing calculations he said, "Your calculations do not include millimeter measuring units. We have been taught that, the calculation must be made in millimeters, and he does not care the other units.

I was speechless of this opposition, with regret on behalf of millions of people using inches and pounds. I could imagine being in ancient Rome to present the Arabic numbers, and particularly the number zero, which they lack. Empty place, however, they were able to leave between calculation. An argument could be the empty does not need any number. Second argument could be the book keepers can easy change the zero to six or nine number, but with Roman numbers this was not so easy. What are your arguments against EP-Calculation?

Calculating has the idea, ​​the units can be calculated with each otherwithout changing the outcome. This realization can be difficultbut we understand the different measuring units in the worldWe consider first the Golden Ratio of 1.618kilometer length of 1000 m and mile length of 1609 m. In the calcution there is between them a 9-meter error that affects to the third decimal placeThe length of 25 mm has the correlation to calculation factor 2.5. From this continuing one Inch is the 63.700 part of the mile, in other words the factor 6,3. Different measures, does not necessary mean a problem, so it can mess some units which each other. However, the calculation stays in the SI-System.

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