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# Is a gram customary or metric?

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###### 2015-12-29 23:00:19

It is metric not customary because the usa doesnt use it

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Doesn't it? Oh yes it is. Almost all of the rest of world does, I'll have you know!

And so do American engineers and scientists, especially when engaged in international projects.

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