United States, Liberia and Myanmar (Burma) are the three countries that still use the imperial system. United Kingdom uses the imperial system for occasional things like weight, distance and beer sizes. Canada also uses some imperial system because of historical ties with UK, Canada used the Imperial System until the 1970s, opposition to the metric system, the proximity to US and the trade Canada does with the US.
The metric system is used all over the world.
The metric system has been adopted as the official system in all countries of the world except for Burma, Liberia and the US.
Yes, the whole world uses the metric system, except the U.S.A. and a couple of third world countries.
The metric system is now in common use almost everywhere in the world except for the united states.
The United States is one of the only countries in the world that does not use the metric system.
Germany, in line with the rest of the world except the U.S., uses the metric system.
The 'liter' is a unit of volume in the system that is customary in 90 percent of the countries in the world,namely the metric system.
Because the entire world except the US uses the metric system. So to make scientific research easier to replicate, scientists use the metric system.
Yes, the metric system is used in every country of the world except the United States, Liberia, and Myanmar (Burma).
False Exactly the opposite is the case. The metric system is used everywhere in the world EXCEPT the USA.
Over 99.5 percent of the world's population uses the metric system. The only recalcitrant countries are the US, Burma, Liberia and some Caribbean Islands.
Most of the (civilized) world. The US is the only significant non-conformer.The metric system is used in all countries except the United States, Burma and Libya.Metric system is used for scientists worldwide.The metric system is used everywhere. However it is not commonly used in the US
Its the system that pretty much the whole world uses it, except the United States.
They are both systems of measurement except that the metric system is simpler and used by the majority of the world.
All the world except for the United States uses the metric system, so if you plan to travel anywhere, you need to know the metric system. Also, all scientists use the metric system because it is much easier to work with.
The whole world uses the metric system, except for three countries; Liberia, Myanmar(Burma), and U.S.A. So only three countries don't use metric.
The Metric System is the system of weights and measures in France, just as it is in every country in the world, except for the U.S.
The metric system is used by every country in the world EXCEPT the USA. Some sources claim Myanmar (Burma) and Liberia do not use the metric system, but some sources say they do. In the UK a few non-metric units are still in use, for example speed limits are in miles per hour.
Yes. Every country in the world uses it except Burma and the USA. How quaint.
The metric system is the 'standard' system for most of the world.
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.
Yes. People all over the world (except USA, Burma and Liberia) use decimalised system of measurement.
The metric, or SI, system is used all over the world.
For measuring distances in metric units. Every country in the world uses metric as its main or only system of measurement, except fot the USA, Liberia (a small country Africa) and Burma (a country in Asia).