Grams is the unit to measure weight in the metric system.
Weight: Newton Mass: Kilogram
No, a pound is a part of the U.S. System of Measurement. The Metric System measures weight in grams (and kilograms, milligrams, centigrams).
(g) grams- is the unit used in the metric system.
The main unit in the metric system is the meter. It measures length.
Newtons is the basic metric system unit for weight
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.
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 'kilometer' is a unit of length or distance in the metric system.
the basic unit of weight in metric system; equal to 0.35 ounces
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.
The proper unit of weight in the metric system is the newton, which is a unit of force. However, given constant gravity, the weight of an object is in direct proportion to its mass. Therefore weight is usually measured in kilograms, a unit of mass, when using the metric system.
The kilogram (kg), which is part of the metric system, is the base unit of mass.
Weight is a derived unit, measured in Newtons.
A basic unit of weight in the metric system is a Newton and that is not equivalent to 39.37 of any standard units in any standard system.
There is no SI unit for weight, the SI unit for mass is kilogram. The SI unit for weight is the newton.
There are no tools that are specific to metric system: the same tool can also be used for the Imperial system. The best metric unit of weight of a CD is probably the millinewton.
The standard unit of mass in the metric system is the kilogram. The standard unit of mass in the English system is the slug.
milimeters, centimeters, meters, ect.
Newton. (If you expected 'Kilogram", that's the metric unit of mass, not weight.)
A litre, which is used for measuring the volume of liquid. A kilometre, which measures distance. A kilogram, which measures weight.
The basic unit of weight in the metric system is the newton (N) The basic unit of mass in the metric system is the kilogram (kg) The basic unit of mass in the English system is the pound (lb) The basic unit of weight in the English system is the ????? is it also the lb or do we just always use say this incorrectly?????