If you are wondering in Customary units, the answer is probably pounds.
Gramm (g) Weird countries sometimes use other units such as ounces or pounds.
customary units of length is yards,feet,miles,and inches
In the SI system (metric), length is a meter, mass is the kilogram, and time is the second.
A Customary Unit or non-SI unit is a measurement unit that is not part of the metric system. Customary units are mainly units of the Imperial system but they could be localised customary units - such as Gaj (for area) is South Asia.
What about a horse? There are different units to measure its height, mass, speed, etc.
If you are talking about weight, it is quite customary to me.
It depends on what you consider to be "customary" and what you wish to convert them to.
inches are the answer
Fahrenheit, if you're talking about U.S. Customary units.
No. Mass units include the gram, kilogram, metric ton, poundmass, and slug. Weight is measured in units of force, including newton, US ton, and poundforce. The common "pound" used to describe weight in the US customary system is the poundforce.
U.S. customary units
You use conversion factors.
Liter is used in the United States, but it is not one of the US customary units.
U.S. customary is a system of units that measures the same things that the SI (Systeme International) system of units measure. U.S. Customary is different though, in the way it is derived. The SI system is based on 6 basic concepts, Mass (kg), Time (s), Length (m), Temperature (K), Luminous Intensity(lm), and Electric Current (A). Because mass does not change, SI is considered an absolute system. U.S. customary is based on the pound, which is a unit of force, similar to the Newton in SI units. Because force can change depending on various conditions, U.S. Customary is considered a derived system of measurements. For example, the U.S. Customary unit for mass is the slug. A slug is defined as the amount of mass that can be accelerated at 1ft/s2 by 1 lb. of force. A Newton on the other hand is defined in terms of kilograms, meters, and seconds. This is why if you weigh 150 lb., your mass is only 4.66 slugs or 68.0 kg, and therefore, 667.08 Newtons.
Suppose an object has a mass of 234 kg. m = ( 239 kg ) ( 2.2046 lbm / kg ) ( 1 slug/ 32.17 lbm ) m = 16.4 slugs <------------ or m = ( 239 kg ) ( 1 slug / 14.59 kg ) = 16.4 slugs <------- The mass unit in the U.S. Customary System is the slug.
About 17 inches...