anonymous
  • anonymous
Explain why we do not measure the rate at which water flows out through a shower head in cubic meters per second? In your explanation, use reasoning based on appropriate units to model this situation. Part B: What are the two quantities that should be measured to find the rate at which water flows out of a shower head? Explain how the rate can be determined.
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  • chestercat
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Cubic meters are a very large unit.
anonymous
  • anonymous
It would take many minutes just to fill up a cubic meter. It makes more sense to use cubic centimeters, or liters, or gallons, or even fl. oz.
anonymous
  • anonymous
per second*

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campbell_st
  • campbell_st
cubic metres is a measure of volume.... you need a measure for capacity is is appropriate for liquids... which would be litres, in this case
Jack1
  • Jack1
same reason we use kilograms for weight rather than gigatonnes. use the simplest and most versatile base form for what you are doing.

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