Metric System since its the easiest system to convert from.
The metric system. Obviously, we have the same Science homework. lOL
Scientists usually use the metric system of measurement. This type has the words meter, liter, and gram. The SI system is in use by all engineers and scientists worldwide. Among the base units from which all other units are derived are; Length Metre Mass Kilogram Time Second
Why ?Well, how many people do you know who can answer all of the following off the top of their head:Number of feet in 1 mile ?Number if yards in 1 mile ?Number of inches in 1 yard ?Number of cups in 1 gallon ?Number of fluid ounces in 1 quart ?Number of ounces in 1 pound ?Perhaps the greatest immediate effect of the introduction of the metric system was to cure universal measurement-illiteracy among the masses.But that effect was soon overshadowed by the great improvement in the ease of international trade, among nations whonow shared a common, simple, universal system of weights and measures.
Geologists, geophysicists and geochemists are among the scientists who study the Earth.
Among scientists they are not. Among those with special adgendas they are.
scientists can infer how closely related the organisms are in an evolutionary sense
Scientific names never differ among scientists.
There is no dispute among reputable climate scientists. Just about all of them agree that global warming is happening, and it is being caused by human activity.
There are many different units used in mensuration, depending on what is being measured. The most widespread and common, especially among the technical community is the SI system. See the link below for the different units used in this system.
This question is based on a flawed assumption; the system was not discovered. To borrow some text from Wikipedia.org, "The metric system was conceived by a group of scientists (among them, Antoine-Laurent Lavoisier, who is known as the "father of modern chemistry") who had been commissioned by Louis XVI of France".
One definition of Science is the determination of a factfrom a base of measurement, and may be used to make an accurate prediction.Taking these three elements, the ancient Egyptians, who were able to predict the time of the annual Nile floods, are certainly among the earliest scientists.
The Imperial measurement system is a (soon to be obsolete) system of weights and measures. Among the units used are the erg, dram, horsepower, mile, yard, pound, etc. none of which have any logical connection to the other or reasonable, consistent conversion factor.
The metric system was created to simplify and unite the various types of measurement methods that caused confusion among nations that had their own set of measurement types. For the most part the metric system is based on 10's & 100's that most nations in the world now use. The metric system plays a major role in Track & Field, in Industry, in automobile engines, in measuring temperature, just to give a few examples. There are many more.
There is no universal agreement among Christians about any aspect of marriage.
The human body, because it is able to grow, is a faulty system of measurement. In the old days, when people measured by palms, there would be misunderstandings among people because some people would have larger-sized palms than others. So, to solve this problem, people developed measurement units time centimetre, gram, etc.
Sadly, he didnt, he was a member of the Illuminati, in which various scientists around the world had pilgrimed to rome, in order to join the illuminati, and share their ideas among other scientists. iJoke :) Sadly, he didnt, he was a member of the Illuminati, in which various scientists around the world had pilgrimed to rome, in order to join the illuminati, and share their ideas among other scientists. iJoke :)
Weights and measures were among the earliest tools invented by man.
Yes.SI stands for International System (It's in French, that's why it's backwards). The International System of Units is used among almost all of the world, also known as the metric system. In the United States, Liberia, and Burma, the SI is not used; instead, these countries use the Customary System, which used units like inches and feet instead of centimeters and meters. However, most scientists, even those in the US, Liberia, and Burma, use the SI system because it is generally more convenient; the whole system is based on powers of ten, making calculations much easier.
Ozone is present in the stratosphere of the earth's atmosphere. It is in this region that the scientists are concerned.
Knowledge and valuable resources are shared among scientists.
Among units of measurement for angles, the degree and the radian are the most commonly used, by far.
The system that maintains the separation of powers among the branches of government are the Checks and Balances.
It would be false to say environmental scientists are unconcerned with methods to preserve natural resources. Persevering natural resources is a priority among many environmental scientists.
Scientists want to determine the evolutionary relationships among different species.
Balance of power is a system that establishes equal military strength among countries.