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Q: Which metric unit would you use to measure the weight of a light bulb?

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As a potato chip is light weight I would use grams and milligrams.

You would use the gram to measure the weight of a grasshopper

you would measure it in kilograms

Metric Units

metric = grams = kilograms, plonker!

Grams

A gram would be an appropriate measure for its mass.

If you mean measure height then it would be the metre if you mean measure weight it would be Kilograms

Weight(mass) is measured in kilograms.

grams

gram

A gram.

milliliters

Newtons.

It is kilograms

In the SI (metric system), weight is measured in newtons, since a weight is a force. If you actually want to measure the mass (many people tend to confuse weight and mass), the unit would be the kilogram.

It depends, are you trying to measure the height, weight, temperature or speed of the child? You would measure the height in metres, and the weight in kilograms.

The SI, or metric, unit of weight is the same as the unit of force, namely the newton.

I would measure it by weight. Metric is easier. 1 x ml = 1gram

The SI unit for measuring weight is a Newton.

milagram * * * * * There is no such word. The nearest is a milligram which is a measure of mass - not quite the same thing. The metric base unit for weight is a Newton, but for the weight of a peanut a micronewton would be more appropriate.

gram

The weight of the box would be measured in grams.

Every country in Europe uses the metric system, meaning they would measure weight in kilograms, grams, etc.

milli-gram