## What unit would you use to measure the length of your foot?

Vocabulary Language: English ▼ English

Term Definition
Customary units of length Customary units of length include: inches, feet, yards and miles.
Foot A foot is a customary unit of measurement. There are 12 inches in 1 foot.
Inches An inch is a customary unit of measurement, measured best by a ruler.

## Is feet a measure of distance?

Distance measures length. For example, the length of a snake is how long the snake is. In the US customary system of measurement, the most common units of distance are inches, feet, yards, and miles.

## What is the measurement for distance?

What is distance? Distance measures length. For example, the distance of a road is how long the road is. In the metric system of measurement, the most common units of distance are millimeters, centimeters, meters, and kilometers.

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## How fast is hyper space?

Just look at the final position—around 8,000 meters. So, in about half a second the Millennium Falcon goes from a position of just 100 meters to about 5 miles. If you consider the average speed (change in position over change in time), that’s about 29,000 miles per hour (for Imperial readers).

## Which is faster warp or hyperspace?

Hyperspace or Warp Drive – which is faster? Hyperspace is faster. It’s faster because the pilots in the Star Wars series discovered an alternate dimension that allows travel at several times the speed of light. Warp drive also allows speeds greater than the speed of light, but not to the extent of hyperspace.

## Is Star Wars Hyperspace faster than light?

Hyperspace was an alternate dimension that could only be reached by traveling at or faster than the speed of light. Hyperdrives enabled starships to travel through hyperspace lanes across great distances, enabling travel and exploration throughout the galaxy.