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The International System of Units is
called "SI"
and is the Metric Measurement used in America.
FIRST YOU TAKE 10 of whatever you have handy...

Count
'em.
10 digit hands...
10! 
And 10 digit feet.
Right?


It's all simply related in 10.


Convenient prefix
attached in front of
base or derived
unit, or unit of measure
shows quantity, size or value
by 10, 100 and 1000.
WRITING IS
EASY!
Symbols
like mL or mg
or mm or kg or
cm
together
identify prefix and base or derived
unit,
or unit of measure.
But for most everyday experience
useful
prefixes are
milli 1 one thousandth (0.001)
from the everyday unit of measure
centi 1 one hundredth (0.01)
from the everyday unit of measure
kilo 1000
times as much as
the of the everyday unit of measure.

SI (The
International System)
SI
RELATES IN 10


Simply divide 1
m (meter)
in exactly 10 parts,
each of which measures
10 cm
(centimeters).
Then make a cube
container
that is
10 cm x 10 cm x 10 cm
(1000 cmณ)
that we can fill with water.

And like magic, when you
fill this cube container with water, it has the
volume
of exactly
1
L (liter).
ALL SIMPLY RELATED IN
10.



But then, when you place
this
cube filled with water
on a
scale
it has a mass
of exactly
1 kg (kilogram).
How
about that?
Length, Volume and Mass
all simply related in 10.
Both spellings, meter
and metre, as well as liter
and litre
are acceptable.
It is just a lot easier
to use symbols

ENJOY THE CLOSE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN
Length
of 1
m (meter), Volume
of 1 L (liter)
and Mass
of 1 kg (kilogram).



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UNDERSTAND
EVERYDAY
RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN
Length Volume
and
Mass
in
terms of meter,
liter
and
kilogram

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SMALLER
METRIC
MEASURES

1 cmณ (1 cubic centimeter) 

filled with water
contains exactly
1 mL (1 milliliter) 

and is the
mass
of exactly
1 g (1 gram) 

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"centimeters
milliliters milligrams"
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