Posted by **Susan** on Wednesday, April 16, 2008 at 5:32pm.

John A. Van De Walle states that “to measure means that the attribute being measured is “filled” or “covered” or “matched” with a unit of measure with the same attribute.”

What is John Walle trying to say in the above sentence and does his explanation work equally well for length, area, weight, volume, and time?

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