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Separable square decimeter

1960(ca)

Museo Pedagógico de Aragón

Museo Pedagógico de Aragón
Huesca, Spain

This square decimeter is made of various pieces representing units of measurement. One square decimeter is equivalent to approximately 15 square inches. A separable square decimeter was a teaching resource used to show students how different measurements and volumes were related to one another, as well as their equivalent values. They consisted of a cardboard or brass box containing wooden pieces that represented units of volume and measurement.

Details

  • Title: Separable square decimeter
  • Date: 1960(ca)
  • Physical Dimensions: 10,50 x 10,70 x 10,70 cm.
  • Type: Capacity measures
  • Rights: Gobierno de Aragón
  • External Link: CERES MCU
  • Medium: Wood and cardboard

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