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If you feel comfortable with the basics of the metric system, then you are ready to move forward to a little bit of a challenge. However, before you tackle this quiz, please be sure to try the Moderate Conversions [Part 1] quiz first as it will give you the foundation and practice that you will need in order to do this quiz. If that has been completed, then let’s move forward to metric conversions that are just a little more challenging.
Remember, the metric system is a form of measurement that works in base 10 conversions. It includes length/distance, mass/weight and volume known as meters, grams and liters. To convert in the metric system you will need to either move upward or downward on the metric list (i.e., kilo through milli).
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