# I bet you won’t answer half of these questions. Do you want to prove me wrong?

I bet you won’t answer half of these questions. Units of measurement have been used since the beginning of civilization. Each physical quantity requires its own unit to be counted. And the simple metric ones might be easy to understand but the derived units can get as difficult as it can be.

It is a challenge to remember the unit conversions between units used in our daily life. Can you answer these questions on different measured and how they are related?

### I bet you won’t answer half of these questions. Do you want to prove me wrong?

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