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Question 1: Degrees ________ are used in the United States to measure temperatures in most non-scientific contexts.
FahrenheitKelvinCelsiusRømer scale

Question 2: It is similar but not identical to the British ________.
United States customary unitsMetric systemEnglish unitsImperial units

Question 3: customary system developed from ________ in use before the Imperial system was standardized in 1824, and there are several numerical differences from the Imperial system.
Imperial unitsCanadian unitsUnited States customary unitsEnglish units

Question 4: The grain is used to describe the mass of propellant and projectiles in small arms ________.
GunAmmunitionMilitary technology and equipmentBomb

Question 5: For example, the ________ ranged by country from one half to five U.S.
United States customary unitsFoot (length)MileUnited States

Question 6: Metric system in general and the ________ (SI) in particular
International System of UnitsCentimetre gram second system of unitsConversion of unitsSystems of measurement

Question 7: The Rankine scale of ________ also saw some use in thermodynamics.
Equipartition theoremAtomThermodynamic temperatureEnergy

Question 8: ________
United States customary unitsEnglish unitsConversion of unitsComparison of the imperial and US customary measurement systems

Question 9: The system for measuring length in the United States customary system is based on the ________, foot, yard, and mile, which are the only four customary length measurements in everyday use.
Hungarian languageUnited States customary unitsSpanish languageInch

Question 10: The United States customary system (also called American system or, more rarely, "English units") is the most commonly used system of measurement in the ________.
PhilippinesCanadaUnited StatesAlaska


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