a. put the correct amount of flour in a bread maker

b. determine the price of a pack of steaks

c. figuring out what size for a belt

d. buying the correct amount of wallpaper
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a) flour is usually measured by weight—ounces or grams (liquids would be measured by volume)

b) weight, usually pounds or kilograms of meat

c) length, usually inches or centimetres

d) area—surface area to be covered (square feet or square metres) and also length of wallpaper of a certain width (usually 21 inches (=533mm) or possibly metric 60cms or 600mm)

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