No, a foot is not a metric measurement. Metric measurements of length would include millimeter, centimeter, meter, and kilometer.
Yes. The foot in an Imperial measure of linear distance.
A metric unit is a decimal unit of measurement of the metric system, based on meters and kilograms and seconds.
You do not. A metric cube is a measure of volume. A metric tonne is a measure of mass. The two measure different things and,according to basic principles of dimensional analysis, conversion from one to the other is not valid.
there is no real metric unit. The SI unit is the second
Metric unit for snowfall is centimeters(cm)
feet and meter
The metric unit used is feet and inches. centimeter can also be used
Feet is a standard unit of measurement mostly used in the American culture. The metric system will convert 6.2 feet into the 1.88976 meters which is the metric unit of measure.
The metric unit is a millilitre. The metric unit is a millilitre. The metric unit is a millilitre. The metric unit is a millilitre.
Feet is an unit of volume and metric ton is an unit of mass, you can't compare them directly. We should know a density of items in this container to calculate their mass.
Sq metres or Sq feet
I think it is feet but im not really sure