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  1. EnochPowell2

    8:05 pm

    No, in Britain we also use the Imperial system. And it may not be so logical but it’s still easier to use.

  2. LimeGold

    10:49 pm

    No, in Britain we use both the Imperial and the Metric system – or at least, are able to use either interchangeably. It is easier to use how? If you have zero knowledge of either system, metric is far easier to understand and thus making it a superior measurement system. If a country, town, continent or whatever is used to the imperial system there is no need to change, just have a working knowledge of the metric system too if necessary.

  3. Aino

    8:03 pm

    The international standard in science is metric. It is so much easier.