No. A pound is part of the Imperial measuring system not the metric system.
No, a pound is a part of the U.S. System of Measurement. The Metric System measures weight in grams (and kilograms, milligrams, centigrams).
A pound is part of the imperial system of measurements, which were used in England, and elsewhere, before the introduction of metric measurements.
No. Neither half a pound nor a pound have any place in the metric system. And they never did have a place either.
They are a part of the Metric System.
it is part of the metric system
1 pound = 453.6 grams
No, feet are not part of the metric system.
Inches are part of the English system and centimeters are part of the metric system.
English: pound. Metric: kilogram.
No, it is not part of the metric system. A quart is equivalent to .95 liters.
Centimetres are part of the metric system. A centimetre is 0.01 metre.
A kilometer is part of the metric system.
It already is part of the metric system
Yes cups are apart of the metric system
"Ounces" is not part of the metric system.
In 1869Congress legalized the use of the metric system. In 1893 the Office of Weights and Measures adopted the metric system in legally defining the yard and the pound.
The kilogram (kg), which is part of the metric system, is the base unit of mass.
Nothing. It is an abbreviation for gallon, but the gallon is NOT part of the metric system.
It is 10 grams. A gram is part of the metric system.
No, Inches are part of the American "Customary" system...Metric is way easier to use but America refuses
No - the metric system uses ml - millilitres for small volumes
FPS - Foot, Pound, Second is the English system CGS - Centimeter, Gram, Second is the metric system Second in both systems are equal
A gallon is NOT part of the metric system. A gallon is a part of the Imperial system and contains 4 quarts (or 8 pints)
in holland 1 pound is 500 grams