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.)
The SI, or metric, unit of weight is the same as the unit of force, namely the newton.
The metric unit would be kilograms or grams.
the best answer from me you can get is i would have to say measure it by pounds
The weight of an object would be measured in newtons.
The basic metric unit for weight is the newton.
Weight is force. The metric unit of force is the Newton.
the metric unit of force and weight is a: newton
The SI metric unit for weight is the newton (N).
The SI unit for measuring weight is a Newton.
Grams is the unit to measure weight in the metric system.
The metric unit I would use to measure the mass of a light bulb is the gram.
metric = grams = kilograms, plonker!
Weight(mass) is measured in kilograms.
You would use the gram to measure the weight of a grasshopper