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Q: Weight in customary and metric

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It is a metric measure of weight which amounts to 1,000 grams. I think by customary you mean imperial

It is a customary unit.

The opposing systems are imperial and metric, not customary. But, meters are metric.

It can be more or less. An once (customary) is bigger than a gram (metric) but a pound (customary) is smaller than a kilogram (metric).

It is customary.

customary

It is customary.

Weight is a measure of the force exerted on a body by gravity. It can be measured in any recognized unit, either metric or old fashioned.

There are different ways of converting weight, length, volume etc.

Metric

Metric

Metric.

It is metric.

Metric.

Height is a physical characteristic and so is neither customary or metric.

The pound is NOT a metric unit.

Pounds are a customary unit. The metric unit is grams.

metric.

Customary.

customary

It is a customary unit.

The customary unit of weight to weigh an orange, for me, would be Ounces. For someone who is accustomed to using the metric system, I would imagine them to use grams, or kilograms.

A "gran" is a German measurement, it is neither customary or metric. A "gram" is a metric unit.

A milligram is metric.

It is not a metric unit.