A number of countries, including Canada and the United Kingdom, use Imperial for some things. For instance, Canada measures human heights and cooking ingredients using Imperial measure. Britain measures human weight in stone (which is even more antiquated than the American standards of measurement) and road distances in miles.
In many European countries the metric system IS the customary system!
Yes. There are about 3 countries that do NOT use the metric system.
All of Europe, (not UK) and Canada uses the metric system
As of 2016, the only countries that do not use the metric system are the US, Burma and Liberia. All other countries use the metric system.
All countries use the metric system, except Liberia, Myanmar (Burma) and USA.
The countries that do not exclusively use the metric system are the US, Liberia, and Myanmar (Burma). Scientific research in all three countries generally uses the SI units, and in the US there are many metric applications, such as dual labels for volume or weight.
All of Europe and Asia...
its easier and many countries use it
the stupid united states of americia
Most countries in the world use the metric system, and consequentially use the gram. The EU uses the gram, as well as Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. There are many countries that use the gram, and thus, it would be very difficult to name them all.
Most countries use the metric system.
In countries that use the metric system
The whole world uses the metric system, except for three countries; Liberia, Myanmar(Burma), and U.S.A. So only three countries don't use metric.
Scientist do use the metric system, they may refer to it sometimes as the SI system. Only three countries in the world haven't fully converted to metric, Liberia, Myanmar(Burma), and U.S.A, and even in these countries most scientist use the SI system.
America is one of the few countries that has NOT adopted the metric system for its general use.
Most countries in the world recognise that the metric system is a far superior system.
All countries except for the USA, Liberia, Myanmar, and the UK use metric measurements. However, France came up with the metric system.
The United States, Myanmar and Liberia are the only countries who do not use the metric system.
Yes, the metric system is the most used system. Only a few countries out of many still use the Imperial system. Even in the USA, where the Imperial system is still in use, the scientific disciplines use the metric system because it is universal.
All excluding USA
There are only three countries that don't use the metric system. Liberia, Myanma(Burma), and the U.S.A. But even these countries are taking steps towards modernisation.
Miles are a part of the Imperial System (or US customary system). The only countries to use this system is the United States, however, Liberia is also considered to use this form of measurement. You will find Liberia listed as a Metric Nation and as an Imperial Nation (in form of measurement systems); this is because Liberia does not have an official system of measurements. Liberia tends to use the Metric System in forms of international trade and business, but will tend to use the Imperial System in forms of internal usage. The United States is also a Metric/Imperial Nation, however, it is more Imperial than Metric and you will probably never list it as a Metric Nation alone. Myanmar (Burma) also does not use the Metric System, however, they do not use the Imperial System; they have their own system of measurement known as the Burmese System. However, there are still many Metric Nations that still use forms of the Imperial System. For example, the United Kingdom, Canada, Ireland, Australia, the Bahamas, India, and Malaysia still use some forms of the Imperial System, but are official Metric Nations. Many other countries fall under this category as well, mainly countries that were at one time a part of the British Empire (as the Imperial System was made by the British Empire).
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Liberia, Myanmar/Burma, and the U.S.A., are the only non-metric countries, and even these are increasingly turning to the metric system.
Yes same metric system should be used by all countries. It becomes easy for everyone .