anonymous
  • anonymous
Which unit would be the best for measuring the amount of water in a bathtub? Choices: hectoliters kiloliters liters milliliters
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schrodinger
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anonymous
  • anonymous
liters i think
anonymous
  • anonymous
depends on the person...
anonymous
  • anonymous
and it depends on the scale you're using

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anonymous
  • anonymous
a normal person
anonymous
  • anonymous
a normal bathtub
phi
  • phi
measuring in hectoliters will give numbers reasonably close to 1. People like small numbers near one.
apoorvk
  • apoorvk
liters.. a normal bathtub holds about 35 to 40 liters....
phi
  • phi
Of course, nobody uses hectoliters. Around here they don't use liters either.
apoorvk
  • apoorvk
what do they use around there.. gallons??
phi
  • phi
we use the term "tub" As in I need a tub of water.
anonymous
  • anonymous
well, the average bath tub holds about 200 liters...and a hectoliter is 100 liters. so it depends, would you rather say 2 hectoliters or 200 liters? kiloliters would be silly...
apoorvk
  • apoorvk
as professor walter lewin says... "we need to use 'civilised' units"... tch-tch.. (just kidding) :O
apoorvk
  • apoorvk
iam positive a bath tub holds about 30-40 liters. at max 50. we are not using a jacuzzi pool, are we?? that is big like 200 liters or so!!
anonymous
  • anonymous
once again, it's up for interpretation, this question sucks.

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