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What is direct measurement?

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A direct measurement is simply when you get a measurement of some type of object by using a measuring tool and reading it as in using a ruler to find out the length of something.
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Direct measurement is when you can measure the exact item that you intend to measure rather than measuring something else to compare it to. Examples include weight and distance.
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