The SI, or metric, unit of weight is the same as the unit of force, namely the newton.
A quart is a measure of volume, not weight. A liter would be the metric equivalent of a quart in terms of volume. If it's weight you're looking for, the basic unit of mass in the metric system is the gram.
Grams would be used to measure the weight of a pencil. * * * * * No you would not. Grams measures mass which, as anyone who knows basic physics will tell you, is different from weight. Weight is measured in Newtons.
You would use the gram to measure the weight of a grasshopper
you would measure it in kilograms
metric = grams = kilograms, plonker!
The metric unit I would use to measure the mass of a light bulb is the gram.
A gram would be an appropriate measure for its mass.
Weight(mass) is measured in kilograms.
It depends, are you trying to measure the height, weight, temperature or speed of the child? You would measure the height in metres, and the weight in kilograms.
In the SI (metric system), weight is measured in newtons, since a weight is a force. If you actually want to measure the mass (many people tend to confuse weight and mass), the unit would be the kilogram.
In the metric system, 0.35 ounces is equal to 9.92233 grams. In kilograms, this would be equal to 0.00992233 kilograms. The kilogram is the basic unit of weight in the metric system.
For the weight it would be grams
I would measure it by weight. Metric is easier. 1 x ml = 1gram
The SI unit for measuring weight is a Newton.