# Measurement - The Metric System - An Introduction

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The metric system is a system of measurement that uses the meter, liter, and gram as base units of length (distance), capacity (volume), and weight (mass) respectively.

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The volume of liquids are measured in _____ in the metric system?

Grams

Celsius

Meters

Liters

Which word below is NOT a part of the metric system?

Decaliter

Milligram

Centimeter

This is a set of standardized units of measurement based on the number 10.

American

Universal

Metric

English

1 pound is equal to _______ grams

453.59

353.59

253.59

153.59

The length of a football field is measured in _____ in the metric system?

Liters

Yards

Meters

Grams

Which of the following is NOT a unit of measurement?

Temperature

Length

Mass

None of the above

There are two systems of measurement used in the U.S. - the English system and the metric system.

True

False

This tool can be used to measure length and area. Check all that apply

Meterstick

Ruler

Thermometer

None of the above

Temperature is one unit of measurement. Which tool is used to measure temperature?

Scale

Thermometer

Pound

Hammer

What is the metric system based on?

Temperature

Pounds

Meter and Kilogram

None of the above

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Title: Measurement - The Metric System - An Introduction
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