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tape measure
A steel ribbon used for the measurement of distances; in the US, surveyor’s and engineer’s tapes usually are accurately graduated in feet, tenths, and hundredths of a foot; builder’s tapes are graduated in feet, inches, and fractions of an inch; also called a steel measuring tape.
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In addition to a tangible (soda) being placed at the end of the tapeline, a teaching session was completed with Becky prior to the start of the functional analysis.
Becky was shown the soda at the end of the tapeline by the experimenter, and then actively ignored for the duration of the session.
Becky was shown the soda at the end of the tapeline by the experimenter, and then given the verbal cue do you need some help, while holding out an arm for physical assistance.
With assistance from two people, Becky walked up and down the tapeline during the entire session.
The plane was parked about three fourths of a mile from the squadron maintenance spaces and hanger area, sheltered under a steel and tapeline structure to protect it from the relentless sun of the Saudi desert.