I would use grams.
the best answer from me you can get is i would have to say measure it by pounds
You would have to do time travel back about 45 years to find any Grasshopper tires today.
No metric unit will find the weight of the pumpkin for you. For that, you'll need some kind of a scale. However, once you've found the weight, you'll use a unit of force to describe it. The metric unit of force is the Newton. (NOT the kilogram.)
Weight for elephants could be measured in tons or pounds. For metric, weight is measured in newtons. For mass, you can use kilograms or tonnes (metric ton equal to 1000 kg). Pounds mass is possible, too.
You would find millimetres on a ruler using metric.
The unit of weight is the newton, since a weight is a force. However, when people say "weight" they often mean "mass" (or confuse weight with mass); and it is common to talk about a person's mass (or incorrectly, a person's "weight") in kilograms.
You would find centimeters, millimeters and meters on a metric ruler or tape measure.
Weight is a force, so weight is measured in newton. However, when people talk about a person's "weight" they usually mean its "mass" - people tend to confuse that. Mass is measured in kilograms.
One can find a metric to imperial conversion at a neighborhood library. A bookstore would be another source to find a metric to imperial conversion table.
Anything can be weighed im pounds. You would find the conversion formula to find out how much an item weighed in the metric system weighs in American standard.
basically anywhere in a large grassy area there are alot in the summer
find it in a grassy land
IN THE GRASS!!!!!!!
You would use meters.