Denominate number


A denominate number is a number used with a unit of measurement in order to show the length, weight, capacity, temperature, etc... of something.

For example, the length of car is a denominate number because you have to associate the number you find when you measure your car with a unit of measurement such as inches, meter, feet, or else.

Length of a car could be equal to 16 feet.

The number 16 without a unit next to it is just a number.


More examples of denominate numbers


2 cups

8 fluid ounces

2000 meters

1 liter

20 kilograms

60 years

180 seconds

9 volts

15 miles

100 m2

1850

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