Definition of Scale of measurement

1. Noun. An ordered reference standard. "Judging on a scale of 1 to 10"




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Scale Of Measurement

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scale of measurement (current term)
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scaleable
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Literary usage of Scale of measurement

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Astronomy by Simon Newcomb, Edward Singleton Holden (1883)
"We must therefore determine the distance of the moon as well as that of the sun to be able to complete our map on a known scale of measurement. ..."

2. The Monist by Hegeler Institute (1915)
"In other words, it is because the aggregate of real numbers carries with it a scale of measurement, while a simply ordered aggregate in general does not. ..."

3. Astronomy for High Schools and Colleges by Simon Newcomb, Edward Singleton Holden (1881)
"CHAPTER IX. CELESTIAL MEASUREMENTS OF MASS AND DISTANCE. § 1. THE CELESTIAL SCALE OF MEASUREMENT. THE units of length and mass employed by ..."

4. Industrial Education: Typical Experiments Described and Interpreted by Samuel Chester Parker, F. M. Leavitt, Arthur Coleman Manahan (1912)
"This scale of Thorndike and Hillegas is only a scale of measurement however. ... To what standards of merit as shown by the scale of measurement is each of ..."

5. Astronomy by Simon Newcomb, Edward Singleton Holden (1883)
"We must therefore determine the distance of the moon as well as that of the sun to be able to complete our map on a known scale of measurement. ..."

6. The Monist by Hegeler Institute (1915)
"In other words, it is because the aggregate of real numbers carries with it a scale of measurement, while a simply ordered aggregate in general does not. ..."

7. Astronomy for High Schools and Colleges by Simon Newcomb, Edward Singleton Holden (1881)
"CHAPTER IX. CELESTIAL MEASUREMENTS OF MASS AND DISTANCE. § 1. THE CELESTIAL SCALE OF MEASUREMENT. THE units of length and mass employed by ..."

8. Industrial Education: Typical Experiments Described and Interpreted by Samuel Chester Parker, F. M. Leavitt, Arthur Coleman Manahan (1912)
"This scale of Thorndike and Hillegas is only a scale of measurement however. ... To what standards of merit as shown by the scale of measurement is each of ..."

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