See the link below for details about the metric system.
The metric system has many units to measure length. Four common units of measurement are the millimeter, centimeter, meter, and kilometer.
In science the International System (SI) of unit is used. This is a metric system.
The metric unit used to measure volume is the liter.
base on what you measure to use the metric units.
grams, liters, milliliter, centimeter, units used to measure liquid. Just make sure its cubed(cm3)
The SI (International System of Units) base unit for mass is kilogram (kg).
Metric system: grams (g) American System: pound (lb.)
SI units describes the metric system units that are used in scientific data.
Some common metric units of measurement are kilometers, meters, and centimeters. Many of the units used in the metric system are part of the SI international system of units used in the sciences.
Pascals is the metric unit used to measure pressure. The British system used psi (pounds per square inch).
Seconds, minutes, hours, days, weeks, etc. Same as the English system
The world-wide standard is the SI ("International System"), sometimes known as the "metric system" (although "metric system" includes some older systems of units). The SI includes units such as the meter for length, and the kilogram for mass.
Yes, it is just like the system we use except different units.
No, metric units are used to measure things, such as volume, mass, density, force, etc.
It's used for all measurement in most of the world. This is also called the metric system; SI is the French abbreviation for System International - and it's used internationally. The US is the most obvious country that doesn't use metric units for everyday measure, although these units are used in science and medicine among others.
Grams are the basic units of mass used in the metric system. A milligram is 1/1,000 of a gram, and is used to measure very small amounts of mass.