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Everything has a position in both space and time. There isn t a unit of measurement for position; however, many of the other units relate to the forces needed to change something s position.
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The position of an object is based on a measurement, the distance of that object from a xed point of reference called the origin. Each measurement is taken in a particular direction, called an axis. For example, the distance to the right of the origin might be along the X-axis, and the distance behind the origin might be along the Y-axis. These measurements make up a coordinate, describing the position of the object. These concepts are explored in more detail when we discuss velocity.
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Seconds: s In both Imperial and SI units, time is measured in seconds. One second is one tick of your average analog clock, sixty seconds go in a minute, you know. A second. If you want to get really technical, a second is the duration de ned by 9,192,631,770 oscillations of the light from glowing cesium 133 atoms, which can be really tricky to measure.
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(Also, Distance: d ) Foot: ft Meter: m Closely related to position is length, or distance. Distance is the measurement in space between two di erent positions (Fig. 2-4).
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Imperial units de ne distance as the foot, which is in turn twelve inches long. A yard is three feet long. Your foot is that thing attached to the tip-end of your leg and, in fact, the original measurement of a foot was based on the average size of feet. SI units prefer to use the meter. The meter was originally de ned as 1/10,000,000 of the distance around the Earth. One meter is 3.2808 feet long, or roughly a yard. Owing to the di culty of getting an accurate measurement of the size of the Earth by walking around it, the meter was rede ned as the distance between two very carefully marked lines on a particular bar of platinum iridium metal in France. Today, the meter is de ned as the distance that light can travel through a vacuum in 1/299,792,458 of a second. This relates distance m to time s, since light moves through a vacuum at the same constant speed everywhere in the universe. One of the great discoveries of science was that light moves away from you at the same apparent speed, no matter how fast you yourself are moving. This phenomenon is described in Einstein s theory of relativity, and isn t something we need to worry about for our relatively slow-moving robots.
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Pound: lb Kilogram: kg The mass of something is, roughly, how much stu it is made of. Technically, the count of the stu , or molecules, in an object is the mole, used in chemistry. In the presence of gravity, mass is felt as weight. Without gravity, mass can be felt as an object s resistance to pushing. The more mass something has, the harder you have to push to move it. To get a feel for mass, try rolling a bowling ball and then a marble. Neither object has much friction, but each one has a di erent mass resisting the push. Imperial measurement de nes mass in pounds. One pound avoirdupois, to get really picky, is sixteen ounces. Troy pounds are di erent. And there are di erent de nitions for ounce, as well. It can be really confusing, but usually when anyone talks about pounds of mass they all mean the same thing, our familiar sixteen-ounce pound avoirdupois. Mass in SI units is de ned by the gram. Since grams are annoyingly small for everyday use, we use the kilogram, one thousand grams. Kilo is the pre x in SI that means one thousand. One kilogram is 2.2046 pounds.
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