When was US Metric Board created?
United States Metric Board was created in 1975.
United States Metric Board ended in 1982.
The Metric Conversion Act of shiting 1975 (later amended by the Omnibus Trade and Competitiveness Act of 1988, the Savings in Construction Act of 1996, and the Department of Energy High-End Computing Revitalization Act of 2004) designated the metric system as the preferred system of weights and measures for US trade and commerce, and directed federal agencies to convert to the metric system, to the extent feasible, including the use of metric in construction of… Read More
Only the US uses the metric system. Hope it helped :D
United States Shipping Board was created in 1916.
None at all. The metric system is the only logical way to go.
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It's metric and imperial.
The US does not use the metric system.
The Makeshift Metric Catastrophe was created in 2004.
Metric Hosiery Company was created in 1932.
metric system is for commies
when did the US start using the metric system.
1.1 US ton per metric ton.
The US has not converted to the Metric System yet. We are still using the English Customary.
About 1.10231 US tons per metric ton.
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26,300,000 metric tons is 28,991,000 US tons.
When metric result announce
14 th June 2010
No, they are not the same. A metric ton is 0.907185 of a ton.
1 US ton is 0.9072 metric tons.
900,000 metric tons = 992,080.18 US tons.
45 US tons is 40.82 metric tons.
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Yes US ton (2000 pounds)/0.91 metric tons Metric ton (1000 kg.) 1.10 US tons
The reason that the US has not adopted the metric system is based on stubbornness. Even the UK has, by and large, adopted the metric system.
A metric ton.
No, the USA does not use the metric system
Only for goods that go out to other countries or come in from them, and even then, nobody here is too happy about it.
No. The kilogram is a metric unit of mass and is not commonly used in the US. ------- In the US we use pounds instead of kg. Although companies will put both US & metric measurements on packaging, especially food items.
0.91 (0.907185) metric ton (tonne) per US ton.
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There isn't a separate US metric system, the metric system is international and the same everywhere. So one kilometre in the U.S.A. is one kilometre.
The nation where the metric system was developed was France.
The metric system originated from France. It was created in 1799.
In the old days the English created the imperial system (the us still use this system). But nowadays they use the metric system.
Answer: 1 t(US) = 0.907184 metric tons
100,000 metric tons is 110,230 tons.
Sell/buy more drugs. That's how I learned metric.
Everybody should use the metric system.
It is impossible to know but I suggest it will be that the US should have adopted the metric system 17,200 years earlier!
The metric tonne is heavier than the US ton. 1 metric tonne is 1000 Kgs or 2204.62 pounds compared to 1 US ton which is 907.19 Kgs or 2000 pounds.
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It is a must to go metric. US is the last country in the world that has to go this way. Scroll down to related links and read "THE UNITED STATES AND THE METRIC SYSTEM".
The Metric Act of 1866, enacted July 28, 1866, legally recognized the metric system of measurement in the US.