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## What is the instrument used to measure distance?

To measure distances in a field (for example the length and width of a field), a chain or a measuring tape is used. Two men are required, the back man, holding the zero point of the chain (or the tape), and the front man, holding the other end of the chain.

## What are two ways to measure distance?

The links below will take you to descriptions of various common methods.

• Radar – measuring distances in our solar system.
• Parallax – measuring distances to nearby stars.
• Cepheids – measuring distances in our Galaxy and to nearby galaxies.
• Supernovae – measuring distances to other galaxies.

## What are three ways to measure distance?

MEASURING DISTANCES The principal methods of measuring distance are the (1) pacing. (2) odometer. (3) taping or “chaining.” (4) stadia.

## Can I use my iPhone to measure distance?

Your iPhone now contains a “Measure” app that acts as a high-tech tape measure. Just launch the app, point your camera at something, and it will measure dimensions of objects in the real world. This is one of the many new features in the iOS 12 update. It uses augmented reality—specifically, Apple’s ARKit technology.

## What are the steps to measure distance?

How to Measure Distance By Counting Your Steps

1. Use a tape measure to mark a 100-foot course on flat ground.
2. Walk at a normal speed from one end of the course to the other, counting your steps as you go.
3. Divide the total number of steps into 100, and you’ll find out the length of one step. For example, if you took 50 steps to go 100 feet, your step length is 2 feet.

## What distance is 50 steps?

steps to feet Conversion Chart Near 44 steps

steps to feet of
47 steps = 117.5 (117 1/2 ) feet
48 steps = 120 (120) feet
49 steps = 122.5 (122 1/2 ) feet
50 steps = 125 (125) feet