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Define useful capacity measures for a(n);
a. brewery
b. airline
c. movie theater
d. pizza restaurant
e. amusement park

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Capacity Measures:

This is a unit of capacity, that is used to find the measurements of volume or capacity. It is important to note that capacity conversions vary according to the matter content of the item being measured that is-dry capacity measures are different than the liquid. There are different units of assessment for; length, mass and capacity. The units can be measured in metric or imperial ways (Capacity Measures, 2011).

Useful Capacity Measures of Brewery

A brewery is a building that has been dedicated for the making of beer. The diversity of the size of the brewery can be measured by a given capacity measure. This is to enable the matching of the processes in the brewery and the size allocation. The size of the brewery should match the degree of automation as well as the type of beer in production. The capacity measure that is used in the brewery is called 'pint'. A pint is a unit of volume or capacity that is used to measure beer. This ...

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The expert defines useful capacity measures for brewery, airlines, movie theaters, pizzas restaurants and amusement parks.

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