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# What is cc in metric measurement?

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###### February 28, 2012 9:38PM

A "cc" is a cubic centimeter. Also the same volume as 1 ml (milliliter)

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### What is a measurement of weight in the standard measurement system?

the metric system is based on 1 cc of water weighing 1 gram
Correction
cc is not an acceptable metric symbol; a cubic centimetre is
cm3
Nothing can "weigh" 1 gram - it's not a unit of weight
though an object may have a mass of 1 g.
The question seems to ask for any unit of weight measurement in
"the standard measurement system" without defining what is
meant.
A metric weight unit is the newton, assuming "the standard
measurement system" is SI. In the "standard" US measurement system
a weight unit is a pound.