The mass of any coin is typically measured in grams; the capacity or volume would be measured in millilitres.
The best metric unit to measure the mass of a dime, assuming you mean the coin variety of a dime, would be the gram. The typical weight for a US dime is currently about 2.27grams, though the Canadian dime's weight may differ. If you mean the chocolate bar Dime however, then you should also use grams.
There is only one metric system. The relevant units, within that system would be millimetres.
A dime has a diameter of 17.91 millimetres, and a thickness of 1.35 millimetres.
To measure a dime it would be best to measure it by millimeters. You could measure it with a ruler.
what is a thickness of a dime in metric measurements?
US coins are always measured in metric units, so all dimensions would be in millimeters and weights in grams.
The unit you should use to measure the thin edge of a dime would be millimeters.
Why, dime, of course! ---- Indeed, as the word "dime" means "tenth" anyway.
The thickness of the US dime is 1.35 millimeters. That's the same as 0.00135 meter, or 0.00000135 kilometer. You could use whichever of those you like, to remember the thickness of a dime or discuss it with other people. They're all correct. But the millimeter produces the most convenient number.
there are many units for l;ength .the metric unit for length that is closest to the thickness of a dime is mm(millimeter) .
It is 1.35 millimetres thick.
either a decimeter or a millimeter...
Diameter and thickness - millimeters Weight - grams
A United States dime coin is 1.35 mm thick. See related link.
a dime bag of weed is about 0.7 and about 1.50 inches
You should probably use a millimeter.
An ounce is a measure of mass, not weight. A dime weighs 2.56 ounce-weight.
Measure the diameter (the width) and multiply it by Pi.