Working Out Metric Measurements
May 14, 2020
Good day, everyone. Today I'm going to be discussing metric measurements. Now, usually most things are measured in meters, but also you have so meters is M, then you have liters, which is L then you have whilst you have. Oh, grams, which is G and well, those are the three most of the mostly common in the metric system. So we're going to focus on meters. My number line is pretty rubbish. Right. So, I'm going to put one meter here. So this is one meter okay, I'll put it up here. So that's one meter one M okay? Now, one centimeter will be here. Yep. Which is equivalent to zero point zero one meters. Now this means that it's a hundred centimeters, that makes one meter. So one meter is a hundred centimeters. Now, down here, if you can see it, we're going to put 0.01 meters. And this is going to be equivalent to one millimeter. So 1000 millimeters make one centimeter. Okay, now. All the way up here. We can put in 1000 meters. This would be a thousand over here. And that's equivalent to one kilometer. So it would actually be. 0.01 meters. Well, that will make one kilometer. All right. So. What this all means is. A hundred centimeters. Is one meter. 1000 centimeters. I mean, 1000 millimeters my bad. If I was a millimeters, it's also one meter. And 1000 meters. Ah, my zeros. The poor. Is one kilometer. All right, and it's just the same for these, like just I have centimeters of center liters and you have killed liters on the same for grams. You always have similar grams, kilograms, a milligrams. All right, and that's really all there is to it. Yep, these are the most common the most common things used in the metric system, centimeters millimeters and kilometers. So, you know, these are the best ones to know about. Okay, well, thanks for joining me. And remember to stay awesome.