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Benchmark Comparisons Between the Systems

Us CustomaryMetric
2.5 Centimeters 1 Inch
30 Centimeters 1 Foot
1 Meter is a little longer than 1 Yard
1 Meter 40 Inches
1.5 Kilometers 1 Mile slightly farther than
1 Kilometer is slightly farther than Half a mile
28 Grams 1 Ounce
5 grams 1 Nickle has the mass of
1 Kilogram is a little more than 2 pounds
1 liter 1 quart is a little less than
1 liter is a little more than 1 quart
0 degrees Celsius Water freezes
Water Freezes 32 degrees Fahrenheit
100 degrees Celsius Water Boils
Water Boils 212 degrees Fahrenheit
37 degrees Celsius Normal Body Temperature
Normal Body Temperature 98 degrees Fahrenheit
20 degrees Celsius Room Temperature
Room Temperature 70 degrees Fahrenheit
Mass The amount of matter in an object.
The pull of gravity on the mass of an object. Weight
Mass of an object remains the same regardless of its location
Changes depending on the gravitational pull at its location Weight
Created by: cemery21