They're both based on powers of ten.
Yes decimal means base 10 and all metric measurements are base 10 as well.
The metric system is similar to the decimal system in that they are both BASE-10.
Because "decimal" means "related to 10s" and the units of different magnitude (size) are related to one another by factors/multiples of ten.
The metric system is mostly a decimal system of measurement.
Metric system a decimal system of units it has become easier.
The Decimal Metric System.
A metric unit is a decimal unit of measurement of the metric system, based on meters and kilograms and seconds.
A decimal number is a way of representing a number in such a way that the place value of each digit is ten times that of the digit to its right. Measurement units in the metric system are related to one another by multiples of powers of ten (or 1000).