1. What name is given to the science of measurement?
2. To the nearest pound, how many pounds are there in 5 kilograms?
3. What name was given to the measure equal to the distance of the elbow to the tips of the outstretched hand?
4. The kilogram is defined as the mass of a particular lump of metal kept in France. What type of metal is it?
5. How many cubic inches are there in a cubic foot?
6. In England in the 12th century how many barleycorns were there in one inch?
7. What was originally defined as the area of land which a pair of oxen could plough in one day?
8. Which is the odd one out: a rod, a pole, a perch, a chain?
9. How many pounds heavier than an American ton is a British Ton?
10. In the sixth century BC, which Asian country was the first nation to adopt a decimal system?
8. Chain (all others are equal to one quarter of a chain)