Mathmeasurement
posted by Ellie .
What is the official name of our system of measurement in America? All
I ever hear about is the metric system, but I don't know what ours is called.
Thanks

Mathmeasurement 
Reiny
archaic? lol

Mathmeasurement 
Reiny
seriously, you call it the
"Imperial system of weights and measures"
used in the US and still to a smaller degree in the UK
The metric system is used pretty much everywhere else. My own country, Canada, switched over to the metric system back in 1972 
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erika
45 g=_mg

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Caelyn
I am in first gradeFour things about measurements of the planets.

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kelly
What is the volume of the package?
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