The United States doesn't use the metric system. Only about 7% of the U.S. uses the metric system. Those people are usually immigrants. The U.S. is the only country in the WORLD that doesn't use the metric system. Our system is very inaccurate. I don't know why we use the metric system.
The United States does not use the metric system.
everyone that doesnt live in the United States dont use it
because the metric system has more confusing things: NOT LOL :)
How is the metric system use in America? How is the metric system use in Australia? How is the metric system use in Japan? How is the metric system use in Thailand? How is the metric system use in sweden? How is the metric system use in anywhere? Know the answer now?
The metric system is now in common use almost everywhere in the world except for the united states.
whta system does the united states use metric or current English system
i think so because the united states is the only place that doesnt use the metric system alot
The United States, Myanmar and Liberia are the only countries who do not use the metric system.
Liberia, Myanmar and the U.S.A.
Scientists in the US often use the metric system and some engineers do too, but most commonly the general public is not very metric.
There are no specific states that use only the metric system, however on most things that are relevant (gas and food mostly), there are multiple readings, the metric is generally slightly smaller though. If you are referring to science then the metric system is always used.
The United States of America is the only industrialized country that does not use the metric system as its primary system of measurement. Of course, scientists use the metric system even in the USA. But most Americans use the English system instead.
America. England. Australia.
The United States is one of the only countries in the world that does not use the metric system.
You dont have to use your head you can just use it instead.
It's because almost all the countries in the entire world uses the metric system. An example of a country that doesn't use the metric system is the United States.
The United States, Liberia and Myanmar
No states anymore officially use the metric system. However, there is one road that uses kilometres instead of miles: I-19 in Arizona (connects Tucson to Nogales).
All the world except for the United States uses the metric system, so if you plan to travel anywhere, you need to know the metric system. Also, all scientists use the metric system because it is much easier to work with.
In the United States the significance of the Metric Act of 1866 is that even after 143 years the United States does not use the metric system like the rest of the world.
Liberia Myanmar The U.S.
If the US uses the metric system then the whole world would use the Metric System. (other than Liberia and Myanmar) There would be no need for converting Imperial to Metric anymore.
They use the metric system.
Burma, Liberia, and the United States.
the stupid united states of americia