A linear measurement assigns a numerical value for the length of an object or between objects. Units of linear measure include inch, foot, meter, kilometer and mile. Linear measurements have one dimension, whereas square... More »

Linear density is the amount of mass for every unit of length. This is an attribute commonly associated with one-dimensional objects, although it can also be used in referring to the density of a three-dimensional quanti... More »

A linear inch is a unit of measurement that corresponds to one-twelfth of a foot. A standard inch is the same as a linear inch, because inches themselves are units of linear measure. Linear measures are one-dimensional, ... More »

A metric ruler is used to measure the length, height and width of an object or the distance between two points, objects or places. Depending on the length of the metric ruler, it can be divided into millimeters, centimet... More »

A linear meter is equal to 39.37 inches, 3.28 feet or 1.28 yards in the U.S. customary system of measurement. A linear meter is a standard metric unit used to measure length. More »

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A linear foot is the same measurement as a foot. The linear foot measures 12 inches in length. Linear is used to describe the total length of an item without regard to width or thickness. More »

A linear inch is a unit of measurement that corresponds to one-twelfth of a foot. A standard inch is the same as a linear inch, because inches themselves are units of linear measure. Linear measures are one-dimensional, ... More »