anonymous
  • anonymous
What measurement best describes the results of a scientific experiment regarding volume? A. 1425 mL B. 2 pints C. 5 quarts D. 125 gallons
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anonymous
  • anonymous
ok so this is easy
anonymous
  • anonymous
the answer is 1425 ml....because science is only measured using the metric system...
anonymous
  • anonymous
I don't know what it is can u help me please @adsfghgdfsf

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anonymous
  • anonymous
ill explain the metric system but the answer is a
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok that fin how does it work @adsfghgdfsf
anonymous
  • anonymous
For example, a kilometer is 1,000 meters, a kilogram is 1,000 grams, and a kiloliter is 1,000 liters.
anonymous
  • anonymous
the decimal measuring system based on the meter, liter, and gram as units of length, capacity, and weight or mass
anonymous
  • anonymous
In other words, the rest of the world (every country other than the US) uses a different system of measuring just about anything due to scientific and arguably practical reasons. Google is your friend. If you want to find out the scientific unit of measure / what every other country in the world uses to measure things, just google: "*whatever* unit of measure"
anonymous
  • anonymous
For example, in the US you use the outdated Fahrenheit system. If you were to tell someone from France that the weather outside was 100 degrees they'd surely be confused about it at first if they didn't know about the Fahrenheit system because 100 degrees Celsius is the boiling point of water, and that's pretty hardcore.
anonymous
  • anonymous
So in short - pints, gallons, quarts, stones, pounds, miles, inches and so forth are not scientifically correct units of measurement.

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