The Metric System
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100 degrees 100 kilometers 212 degrees 27 degrees 32 degrees 80 degrees acre adopted the metric ancient basic units boiling point Celsius scale centi COMMON EQUIVALENTS cubic centimeters customary system Deciliter decimal point defining a meter degrees Celsius distance divide easy to learn English settlers equal Fahrenheit thermometer Fahrenheit to Celsius freezing point freezing to boiling gallons go metric gram)-a metric unit grams Hectare highway sign inches iridium kilogram kiloliter kilowatt-hours know metric learn the metric liter major country measures electrical METRIC EQUIVALENTS metric system miles per hour milligram Millimeter multiply need to know NEED TO MEASURE one-thousandth ounce pint platinum-iridium point of water pounds prefixes quarts square feet standard measures standard units stone subtract 32 system of measurement Table temperature scale ter)-a metric unit THINK METRIC Track-and-field unit of length unit of weight Units of Capacity units of measurement water is 100 water is 212 weights and measures