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Metric and US Customary Measurments
Transcript of Metric and US Customary Measurments
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
Metric Gram US Customary
Liters US Standard
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.