Scientist use the metric system. All science in the metric system.
It's called the metric system.
both imperial and metric system is used but scientist use the metric system the most.the metric system is also called the international system also known as the SI unit.
Scientist usually use the metric system in their work because it is easy to use, because it is based on multiples of 10
metric system to be more clear
Of course he did, he was a real scientist.
Only the US uses the metric system. Hope it helped :D
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.
The metric system is used in scientific literacy. This is taught in school.
The metric system. Oddly enough the metric system is easier and more precise than the customary system that we use in america.
The version of the metric system that modern scientist uses is called The International System of Units or SI.
Yes The metric, or SI, system is used by scientists in every country.
They cannot because they are the same system!
One anwer could be that the metric system is based on units of 10 making it easier to calculate quantities.
It is a more precise way of measuring
The metric system is used by scientists because it is something that is universal. This means it is a "language" that all understand right away. There is no need to translate it from other system.
Most scientist use the metric system
Anyone who does any science in the US will need to use the metric system because other scientist across the world will be using the system. In international trade, too, many commodities and product specifications are in the metric system.
Most scientists use the metric system when collecting data and performing experments.
Joseph Louis Lagrange, a Mathmetician
Hectometers, or 100 meters. Hope this helped!
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No one person came up with the metric system. The metric system was adopted by the Eleventh General Conference on Weights and Measures held in Paris in 1960 as a universal measuring system, and is used as the standard measuring system in all major countries of the world except the US.
Almost all scientist use the metric, or SI, system. Those who don't are in an ever decreasing minority. +++ Not just scientists. The metric, or more importantly its SI derivative, is now the ONLY officially and internationally-recognised system for science, engineering and commerce. America is now the only major nation not to have adopted it generally, except in science.