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Acre (ac or A) a unit of area used for measuring real estate in English-speaking countries. One acre is equal to 0.404 687 3 hectare. Acre foot (ac ft or af) a unit of volume used to measure the capacity of reservoirs. One acre foot is a volume one foot deep covering an area of one acre. Thus an acre foot contains 43 560 cubic feet or about 1233.482 cubic meters (0.123 348 hectare meter). Acre inch (ac in) a unit of volume equal (of course) to 1/12 acre foot. An acre inch contains 3630 cubic feet, or about 102.7902 cubic meters. Bag an old English unit of weight, varying with the contents of the bag but generally in the range of 2-4 hundredweight (100-200 kilograms). Bigha a traditional unit of land area in South Asia. The bigha varies in size from region to another; in India it is generally less than an acre (0.4 hectare). In Bengal (both in Bangladesh and in West Bengal, India) the bigha was standardized under British colonial rule (0.1338 hectare or 0.3306 acre); this is often interpreted as being 1/3 acre. In central India bighas were standardized at 3025 square yards or 5/8 acre (0.2529 hectare). In Nepal the bigha equals about 0.677 hectare (1.67 acres). The bigha was divided into 20 katthas, and each kattha contained 20 dhurs. bushel (bu) [3] a commercial unit of weight for grains and other bulk commodities. For example, a bushel of wheat equals (27.216 kg), a bushel of barley (21.772 kg), a bushel of oats (14.515 kg), and a bushel of rye (25.401 kg). chain (ch) a unit of distance formerly used by surveyors. The traditional British surveyor's chain, also called Gunter's chain because it was introduced by the English mathematician Edmund Gunter (1581-1626) in 1620, is 4 rods long: that's equal to exactly 1/80 mile, 1/10 furlong, 22 yards, or 66 feet (20.1168 meters). In the metric world, surveyors often use a chain of 20 meters (65.617 ft).

Cubic centimeter (cm3 or cc) the CGS unit of volume, equal to 10-6 cubic meter, 1 milliliter, or about 0.061 023 7 cubic inch. Cubic foot (ft3, cu ft, or cf) a traditional unit of volume in English speaking countries. One cubic foot equals 1728 in3, 1/27 yd3, 0.028 316 85 m3, or 28.316 85 liters. Cubic inch (in3, cu in, or ci) a traditional unit of volume in English speaking countries. One cubic inch equals 1/1728 = 5.787 037 x 10-4 ft3, 16.3871 cm3, 16.3871 milliliters. Cubic meter (m3) the SI unit of volume, equal to 106 cm3, 1000 liters, 35.3147 ft3, or 1.307 95 yd3. Dhur a traditional unit of land area in South Asia, equal to 1/20 kattha or 1/400 bigha. Like the bigha, the dhur varied in size from region to another. In Nepal, where the unit is still in use, the dhur equals about 16.9 square meters. Foot (ft or ') a traditional unit of distance. is about 25 centimeters (9.8 inches). Now, foot of 30.48 centimeters is now called the international foot. Furlong (fur) a traditional unit of distance. One furlong is exactly 201.168 meters, so a 200meter dash covers a distance very close to a furlong. Hectare (ha) the customary metric unit of land area, that is, the area of a square 100 meters on each side: exactly 10 000 square meters or approximately 107 639.1 square feet, 11 959.9 square yards, or 2.471 054 acres. Hectare meter (ha·m) a unit of volume used to measure the capacity of reservoirs, equal to the volume of water one meter deep covering one hectare. The unit is used mostly in British Commonwealth countries, especially India, where it provides a metric unit comparable to the traditional English acre foot. Reservoir capacities are often stated in millions of hectare meters (Mha·m or MHM). One hectare meter equals exactly 10 000 cubic meters or about 8.1071 acre feet. Horsepower (hp) a unit of power representing the power exerted by a horse in pulling. The horsepower was defined by James Watt (1736-1819), the inventor of the steam engine, who determined after careful measurements that a horse is typically

capable of a power rate of 550 foot-pounds per second. This means that a horse, harnessed to an appropriate machine, can lift 550 pounds at the rate of 1 foot per second. Today the SI unit of power is named for Watt, and one horsepower is equal to approximately 745.6999 watts. Horsepower hour (hp hr) a unit of work or energy equal to the work done at the rate of 1 horsepower for 1 hour. The horsepower hour equals 1 980 000 foot pounds or approximately 2.685 megajoules, 2545 Btu, 641.1 (large) Calories, or 745.7 watt hours. Inch (in or ") [1] a traditional unit of distance equal to 1/12 foot or exactly 2.54 centimeters. Kanal a traditional unit of land area in Pakistan, equal to 20 marlas. Under British rule the marla and kanal were standardized so that the kanal equals exactly 605 square yards or 1/8 acre; this is equivalent to about 505.857 square meters. Kattha or katta a traditional unit of land area in South Asia, equal to 20 dhurs or 1/20 bigha. Like the bigha, the kattha varied in size from one region to another. In Nepal, where the unit is still in use, the kattha equals about 338 square meters. Kilovolt (kV) a common unit of electric potential equal to 1000 volts. Kilovolt ampere (kV·A) a common unit of load in power engineering, equal to 1000 volt amperes. Kilowatt (kW) a common metric unit of power, equivalent to 1000 watts, about 1.341 022 horsepower. Kilowatt hour (kW·h or kw hr) the commercial unit of electric energy. One kilowatt hour represents the amount of energy delivered at a rate of 1000 watts over a period of one hour. Since the watt is 1 joule/sec and there are 3600 seconds in an hour, the kilowatt hour is equivalent to exactly 3.6 megajoules of energy, or about 3412.141 Btu, 859.846 (kilogram) Calories, or about 2.655 million foot pounds. Man hour a common unit of labor equal to the work of one person for one hour. The less restrictive term person hour is gradually coming into use.

Marla a traditional unit of area in Pakistan. The marla was standardized under British rule to be equal to the square rod, that is, 25.2929 square meters. Megagram (Mg) an SI unit of mass equal to one million grams or 1000 kg. Metric quintal a unit of mass equal to 1 decitonne, 100 kilograms. Metric ton (t or MT) an alternate name for the tonne. ppb, ppm, ppq, ppt, pptr abbreviations for units of proportion: ppb = part per billion (10-9), ppm = part per million (10-6), ppq = part per quadrillion (10-15), and ppt = part per trillion (10-12), respectively. However, the abbreviation "ppt" is also used sometimes for part per thousand (10-3). To avoid this confusion, "pptr" is an alternate abbreviation for part per trillion. Quintal (q) [2] a common metric unit of mass equal to 100 kilograms . Ton (t) [2] a metric unit of mass, equal to 1000 kilograms.

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