The metric unit of weight (or any other force such as that of a stretched spring, or a bat striking a ball, or a locomotive pulling a train) is called the newton.
Newton is the unit of weight (exactly of force) in the SI; in base units is kg.m/s2.
Don't make a confusion with the mass (where the unit is the kilogram).
The basic metric unit for weight is the newton.
Weight is force. The metric unit of force is the Newton.
the metric unit of force and weight is a: newton
The SI metric unit for weight is the newton (N).
Grams is the unit to measure weight in the metric system.
The base unit for weight measure in the metric system is "g" or grams.AnswerThere is no Base Unit for weight in the SI system. Weight is measured in newtons, which is a Derived Unit, not a Base Unit.
The SI, or metric, unit of weight is the same as the unit of force, namely the newton.
Newtons is the basic metric system unit for weight
yes, it is the unit for metric unit for weight.
Yes. The gram is a metric unit of weight.
Metric Metric Ton Milligram
Not sure there is a definitive answer, or that there is a 'metric' system, but the S.I. unit of weight is the Kilogram (N.B. not the gram).
The metric unit most often used to describe weight is the Kilogram.
The SI unit for weight is the newton. The kilogram is the SI unit for mass.
The newton. (The kilogram is not a unit of weight or force.)
The base unit of weight (mass) is the kilogram.
Weight is force. The SI unit of force is the Newton.
The appropriate unit for weight is Newtons.
metric unit of weight
There is no SI unit for weight, the SI unit for mass is kilogram. The SI unit for weight is the newton.
No metric unit will find the weight of the pumpkin for you. For that, you'll need some kind of a scale. However, once you've found the weight, you'll use a unit of force to describe it. The metric unit of force is the Newton. (NOT the kilogram.)
The metric unit would be kilograms or grams.
There is no such unit of that weight in the metric system. The basic unit of weight is the gram, which is 0.035 of one ounce - 1/10 of what you ask about.