some items that are measrued in US customary are the yards on a football field, and the the length between the bases in Baseball.
Some countries in Africa used the customary legal system. They usually use a combination of a customary system and a civil code.
The weight of a person would be measured in kilograms or pounds, depending on the system of units of measure you are using. Some people in the UK still use the customary unit of "stone."
liquids, some grains.
The troglodyte three: USA, Burma and Liberia. However, some other countries do still use the customary system for specific measures.
The system feet, inches, pounds, miles, and gallons are in is called the Customary System, or some times called the American Units.
Usually people use the metric system, some (like people of the United States) use the English system.
All items should be measured in standards - otherwise trade and commerce would be impossible.
Anything that has length. Although for very small things, millimeters or micrometers may be handier, and for large things, meters or kilometers. The length of your pen, the width of your computer screen, or the length of your fingers can be given in centimeters. List some items that can be measured in centimeters.
some examples of a hydraulic system of your house old items is a gun turret
It is useful in that there must be some standard by which a students academic performnce can be measured.
That is a convention. In some countries it is customary to include the zero before the decimal point, in others it isn't.That is a convention. In some countries it is customary to include the zero before the decimal point, in others it isn't.That is a convention. In some countries it is customary to include the zero before the decimal point, in others it isn't.That is a convention. In some countries it is customary to include the zero before the decimal point, in others it isn't.
they are measured by a Richter scale
The US Customary system is a system of measurements which is used only in the US and seldom elsewhere. Some of its measurements include: inch, yard, mile, pound, quart, pint, etc. Elsewhere, the metric system is used. This is an efficient system because it is based on powers of 10. Some metric units include: kilogram, millimeter, centimeter, and kilometer.
In some ways yes because it's based on the number 10 so it can be easier to remember, but I'm American so in my opinion the customary system is better because I grew up using it.
Land is measured in yards, swimming pools are measured in yards. football fields are measured in yards.
some items you can, some items you can't...
These units are used only in some countries; in the SI system gram, kilogram, ton are used.
United States customary units (U.S. customary units) are a system of measurements commonly used in the United States since it was formalized in 1832. The United States customary system (USCS or USC) developed from English units which were in use in the British Empire before the U.S. became an independent country. The United Kingdom's system of measures was overhauled in 1824 to create the imperial system, which was officially adopted in 1826, changing the definitions of some of its units. Subsequently, while many U.S. units are essentially similar to their imperial counterparts, there are significant differences between the systems.
some things that might be measured in grams are liquids, pills, and weight.
Temperature is measured in kelvin.
on some items on some items
that'll depend which items some items are for sacrificing (combos) some are for selling
they both have more then ten of them
Snowboard length and widths are measured in centimeters.
Some items that contain Fluorine are Rocketfuels, some plastics, and Toothpaste.