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Assignment
Metrics and imperial system
The imperial system and the metric system are two different measurement systems for things like distances, volumes, and weights. Since all countries in the world don’t use the same measurement system, it’s important to understand both.
Metric system
A decimal system of units based on the meter as a unit length, the kilogram as a unit mass, and the second as a unit time.
Today, it is commonly referred to as SI, which stands for the Système International. It is also known as the International System of Units
Countaries use this system is Canada, Australia ,India, Pakistan, france, japan ,itely,southafrica, maxico, uk
The imperial system is defined as:
A system of measurement in use in the United Kingdom and other Commonwealth countries consisting of units such as the inch, the mile and the pound (a unit of weight)
Countary foallow this system is USA, Liberia, Myanmar.

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The most important topic in this lecture is unit conversion

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Metric unit Length: Meter (m) Centimeter (cm) Millimeter (mm) Mass: Kilogram (kg) Gram (g) Milligram (mg) Volume: Liter (L) Milliliter (mL) Time: Second (s) Temperature: Celsius (°C) Kelvin (K) Imperial unit Length: Inch (in) Foot (ft) Yard (yd) Mile (mi) Mass: Pound (lb) Ounce (oz) Volume: Fluid Ounce (fl oz) Pint (pt) Quart (qt) Gallon (gal) Time: Second (s) Temperature: Fahrenheit (°F)

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Metric unit
Length:Meter (m)
Centimeter (cm)
Millimeter (mm)
Mass:Kilogram (kg)
Gram (g)
Milligram (mg)
Volume:Liter (L)
Milliliter (mL)
Time:Second (s)
Temperature:Celsius (°C)
Kelvin (K)
Imperial unit
Length:Inch (in)
Foot (ft)
Yard (yd)
Mile (mi)
Mass:Pound (lb)
Ounce (oz)
Volume:Fluid Ounce (fl oz)
Pint (pt)
Quart (qt)
Gallon (gal)
Time:Second (s)
Temperature:Fahrenheit (°F)

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