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Metric and US Customary Measurments

Social media is the web.
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Madison Moon

on 27 August 2010

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Transcript of Metric and US Customary Measurments

Length Weight Mass Density Volume Metric and US Standard Measurments “Quit counting fans, followers and blog subscribers like bottle caps. Think, instead, about what you’re hoping to achieve with and through the community that actually cares about what you’re doing.” – Amber Naslund, Social Media Today Tempurature
Metric
Kilometer
Hectometer
Dekameter
Meter
Decimeter
Centimeter
Millimeter Metric Measurements The Metric system uses the same prefixes on every measurements.
Kilo- 1000 (base)
Hecto- 100 (base)
Deka- 10 (base)
Deci- 1/10 of a (base)
Centi- 1/100 of a (base)
Milli- 1/1000 of a (base).
They always have a base like gram or meter that will always go in the same spot such as Kilometer (1000 meters) or Decimeter (1/10 of a meter). US Standard

Inch
Foot
Yard
Mile
Metric Gram US Customary

Pound
Ounce
ton
Metric
Gram
Metric
Liters US Standard
Gallons
fluid ounces
quarts
pints
cups Metric
Celsius
US Standard
Fahrenheit Metric
grams/mL US Standard
Lb/oz. Mass/volume the longest extent of anything as meaured from end to end. a body of coherent matter, usually of indefinite shape and often of cosiderable size mass per unit volume the amount of heaviness or mass; amount a thing weighs amount of space, measured in cubic units that an object or substance occupies. a measure of warmth or coldness of an object or substance with reference to some standard value.
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