The symbol mm translates to millimeter. This is a form of measurement found in the standard international metric system.
In math terms, gram means a unit of measurement. This is a metric unit of mass equal to one thousandth of a kilogram.
It is a measurement of volume using units from the metric system.
There is no measurement called a cup in the metric system.
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It means the measurement of physical attributes or characteristics using the metric system.
it is a metric form of measurement, equal to 1000 meters
I am pretty sure it is Metric Ton.
There is no such measurement. There is either metric measurement or not. Do you mean "fractions" of inches?
does international system of units mean a version of the metric system used by modern scientists
Celsius. It is the metric version of temp.
using classical rather than metric units of measurement
second - the SI unit of time.
Oz is short for ounce
Lb stands for pound.
The symbol u means micro, which is the prefix for one millionth.
cm means centimetre, a metric measurement of distance, a hundredth of a metre.
"pennyweight-- a measurement of weight in the troy system equal to 24 grains, or 0.05 ounce. Its metric equivalent is 1.555 grams" --http://www.juniordentist.com/gpt-terms-d.html
metric is spelled mÃ©trique in French. That means based on the universal measurement system in which the length unit is the meter.
It means multiplying with constants from a non metric system (such as length using yards, feet, inches) to a metric system (using meters)
number system, what do you mean? If your asking about system of measurement then it's metric system.
IN terms of non-measurement (e.g. micromanagement, micro scope, etc.) it means small In the metric system (microgram, micrometer, microfarad) it means one millionth of the base unit.
SMM : Spinning Metric MeasurementThat mean Count of Yarn before Dyeing using Metric system.
Is the question "what metric unit would be better suited to describe the measurement of a glass of milk"? And would the measurement be for the glass and the milk, or just the milk? Would it be mass, or volume? And by which metric system do you mean, the current SI system perhaps?