No, feet are not part of the metric system.
Use the metric system. Much easier.
Every civilised country in the world uses the metric system.
The metric system is much more reliable than the system for inches and feet and yards because the metric system is used around the world. It's also based on tens, which makes it much easier to use.
It already is part of the metric system
no, length is in Meters
If a person is 5 feet 2 inches tall they are 160 centimeters tall on the metric system. If they are 185 pounds they are 83.9 kilograms on the metric system.
a metric ruler is a different way of measuring things and with measuring there is the English system (inches feet etc) and the metric system (centimeters meters etc)
America doesn't use the metric system in general. We use the English system with Inches, feet, etc.
Inches, feet, and pounds
It is 10 grams. A gram is part of the metric system.
1 gram is in the metric system. do you mean 1ounce?
It means multiplying with constants from a non metric system (such as length using yards, feet, inches) to a metric system (using meters)
It is an international standard, and it is much easier to calculate with the metric system.
It is 9 metres and 14.4 centimetres.
Well they are both used to measure things. Meters are the metric system and feet are the English system.
"English" may refer to imperial measuremnet, the system used in the U.S. which uses miles/yards/feet and gallons. England, like much of the world, now uses the metric system.
its actually 67 metric systems
Because the metric system bases all of its units of measurements on powers of ten, it is much easier to perform mathematical calculations with the metric system than with the English system, which uses a variety of seemingly random ratios of one unit to the next. A mile is equal to 5,280 feet. A yard is three feet, a foot is twelve inches. And so forth. It makes for needlessly complicated calculations.
The metric system is called "the metric system"
cm --> mm is based on the metric system, which is in intervals of 10. This is easier than converting from who knows what from feet --> in. etc. (metric system is easier)
we use the metric system because there would not be as much numbers and ways to add and subtract.
Standardization. The metric system is much older, but the SI units are simply the newest official standard.Standardization. The metric system is much older, but the SI units are simply the newest official standard.Standardization. The metric system is much older, but the SI units are simply the newest official standard.Standardization. The metric system is much older, but the SI units are simply the newest official standard.
Feet are a measurement in the Imperial system. If she was using Metric it would be in meters, not feet.
There isn't a separate US metric system, the metric system is international and the same everywhere. So one kilometre in the U.S.A. is one kilometre.