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 INSTANT METRIC eBook PAGE 2 TABLE of CONTENTS PAGE 3 Evolution of Archaic Measurement PAGE 4 - Inch-Pound PAGE 6 - "SI" Relates PAGE 8 The Metric System PAGE 10 - Prefixes PAGE 11 - Symbols PAGE 12 Everyday Base Units PAGE 13 - meter PAGE 15 - centimeter PAGE 17 - millimeter PAGE 19 - kilometer PAGE 21 - liter PAGE 22 - milliliter PAGE 24 - kilogram PAGE 26 - gram PAGE 28 - milligram PAGE 29 - tonne PAGE 31  Temperature PAGE 32 7 Base Units PAGE 34 HOW THE METRIC SYSTEM WORKS PAGE 35 - Summary OTHER USEFUL LINKS FREE METRIC POSTERS METRIC EXAMS! INSTANT METRIC CONVERSION TABLES United Metric States

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SUMMARY
The unique simplicity of measuring in metric dimensions is found in the properties of Length, Volume and Mass and to each, a close relationship to the Length of a meter.
(also spelled metre).

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It's success by definition is in the way we use it and how benefits can be derived from its application.This INSTANT METRIC eBook is not necessarily prepared for rocket-science however, it is a valuable asset in measuring for science, aerospace, industry, medicine, chemistry and anywhere else where precision and accuracy are required for success in measurement.

 Metric dimensions in military applications and space exploration are universal and well known.

Whether in space, on the Moon, Mars or Earth
measurements of Length, Volume and Mass
remain constant in the absence of gravity.
Understandably where mass is referred to herein most will associate it with the "weight" of something. But the truth of the matter is that "weight" is really gravitational force attracted to Earth. Whereas "mass" of something doesn't rely on gravity and is constant in measurement
regardless of where it is used.