By capacity, I assume you mean volume. That would be the liter.
A measuring cup. Most standard measuring cups in America have the metric system on the side as well.
The difference between centimeters and inches is that inches is in the standard measuring system and centimeters is part of the metric measuring system.
measuring temperature the metric system of °C is used.
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.
The metric system is the 'standard' system for most of the world.
The metric system is really the world's standard system.
The word "metric" refers to measurements and the metric system is a system for measuring physical and chemical attributes.
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)
The Standard Metric System...
The SI system is the metric system.
The metric system is an internationally agreed system for measuring physical and chemical attributes.
The Metric System is a measuring system based on multiples of ten. The Metric System measures distance , weight, volume, and temperature.
The metric system is used for measuring anything and everything.
Metric is a system or standard of measurements.
By using measuring tools with metric measurements on them.
English: pound. Metric: kilogram.
Because the metric system is not the standard system for the USA!?.
Metric is a unit of standard measurement in the metric system.
A cubic decimetre is a litre, a standard unit of volume in the metric system.A cubic decimetre is a litre, a standard unit of volume in the metric system.A cubic decimetre is a litre, a standard unit of volume in the metric system.A cubic decimetre is a litre, a standard unit of volume in the metric system.
The metric system is the international standard of measurement.
The Kilogram (kg) is the SI standard unit of mass used in the metric system
A planned ten-year conversion to the metric system was announced in 1975, while Gerald R. Ford was President, but was not mandated. Americans were resistant to "going metric", and the plan was abandoned by the early 1980s.
The metric system of measuring has three main units. The three units of measurement in the metric system are meter, kilogram and second.
The standard unit of length in the metric system is called the meter. The standard unit of mass is the kilogram.
Measuring Digits are TWELVE (inches) in the British System and HUNDRED (centimetres) in the Metric System