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kfrench30 Group Title

which unit would likely to measure a bathtub?

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  1. e.mccormick Group Title
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    Asking it twice won't help much. The same people see it both times.

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  2. timo86m Group Title
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    feet maybe?

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  3. Jamierox4ev3r Group Title
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    idk, you wouldn't measure it with a millimeter.... rule it out lol

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  4. timo86m Group Title
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    A bathtub is usually made for a person. In countries where they use the metric system they use meters to measure people and therefore bathtubs.

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  5. Jamierox4ev3r Group Title
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    yeah how are people usually measured? XD I, for one, am 5 feet, 6 inches, basically 5 and a half inches

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  6. timo86m Group Title
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    In modern countries they measure you in meters.

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  7. Jamierox4ev3r Group Title
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    'Murica just wanted to be unique, land of the free and all XD. But what do u want to measure in the bathtub? area? Weight? volume? perimeter? it really varies with what you want to measure @kfrench30

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  8. timo86m Group Title
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    the beauty of metric is that all of those are SI derived Except for weight :P

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  9. Jamierox4ev3r Group Title
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    well of course :P Idk where and when in this vast world 'Murica decided to be different from everyone else

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  10. timo86m Group Title
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    Greed and stubborness?

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  11. Jamierox4ev3r Group Title
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    probably :P who knows these days... oh well

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  12. e.mccormick Group Title
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    Or you might measure it in kelvin... if you wanted the water temperature for your physicist that was about to bathe.

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  13. Jamierox4ev3r Group Title
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    lol but its not referring to water temperature, only the bathtub itself @e.mccormick

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  14. e.mccormick Group Title
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    It just says bathtub! It might be the measured shipping weight for all we know.

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  15. Jamierox4ev3r Group Title
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    haha a valid point

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  16. Jamierox4ev3r Group Title
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    the wording of this question leaves much to be desired

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  17. timo86m Group Title
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    usually when shipping they usually just care about it's 3D dimensions.

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  18. e.mccormick Group Title
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    So does the asker!

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  19. e.mccormick Group Title
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    When shipping it is the 3 dimensions an real weight.

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  20. timo86m Group Title
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    bathtub is usually hollow and doesn't weigh much relatively to the transport.

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  21. e.mccormick Group Title
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    What if it is cast iron and lined with porcelain? Stone?

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  22. Jamierox4ev3r Group Title
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    lol i want a cast iron bath tub lined with gold $_$ I am a classy chica XD

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  23. e.mccormick Group Title
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    http://www.kohler.com/castiron/index.jsp

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    You should use feet

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