Do astronomers and astrophysicists now predominantly use the metric system of measurement - when time itself is not divisible by ten - not metric?
The second is part of the metric system.
Yes, the predominant units are all still metric, although cosmologists exploring the earliest instants after the big bang often use units of planck time instead, but this of course is still based on the metric system. +++ The only other two units of time relevant in Astronomy and Geology are the Year and the second, and the Years are counted as indivisible although the second may be divided into its milli- and smaller divisions for particular calculations.
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Time is measured in exactly the same way regardless of whether themeasurer uses metric, standard, or imperial measures. The base unit of time is the second. All the normal SI… prefixesapply, but are generally only used for intervals shorter than asecond.
The base measure of length is the metre which is 1000 millimetres.A millimetre is about the thickness of a credit card. There are1000 metres in 1 kilometre. The base measure o…f mass is the kilogram which is 1000 millilitres.A teaspoon holds about 5 millilitres. There are 1000 litres in akilolitre.
The Iphone 5C is Iphone 5Colorful 5c can also stand for thenumber 500 ("c" is the Roman numeral for 100) or for 5 degreesCelsius (centigrade) . +++ . "5c" can not stand fo…r any Roman numerals forthree reasons. For a start you do not mix Arabic and Roman numeralslike that - it would be nonsensical. Secondly, the Roman for 100 is capital " C ", but thirdly, in the Romanscale, 5 is V, 50 is L and 500 is D. The ' C ' isalso capital for degrees Celsius / Centigrade.
Litres, milliletres, millimetres, centimetres, metres, kilometres, grams, kilograms
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By using measuring tools with metric measurements on them.
millimetres, centimetres, metres, and kilometres
To many variables to determine. Consult a catalog, available online or at your local library. In most cases the value is going to be pretty low, as Washington is a common subj…ect for definitive stamps. But there are some with some good values to them!
Seconds, minutes, hours, days, weeks, etc. Same as the English system
centimeters, meters, kilometers, etc.
Length: Meters (millimeter, centimeter, meter, decimeter, kilometer) Volume: Liters (milliliter, centiliter, liter, deciliter, kiloliter) Mass: Grams (milligram, centigram, gr…am, decigram, kilogram) Time: 1 minute = 60 seconds; 1 hour = 60 minutes = 3600 seconds; 1 day = 24 hours; 1 week = 7 days; 1 year = 365 days Temperature: Celsius Decimals in Measurement: milli, centi, deci, deka, hecto, kilo
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5cc? cc means cubic centimetres which is equal to ml, so 5ml. if you mean cl, then that is equal to 50ml