CUSTOMARY SYSTEM CUSTAMARY MEASUREMENTS

-Weight

-Length

-Capacity

WERE IS THE CUSTOMARY SYSTEM USED?

The customary system is used mostly in the USA except for England, Burma and Liberia.
UNITS OF MESUREMENT
Leghth:
-inches(in)
-feet(ft)
-yard(yd)
-mile(mi)
Capacity:
-cup(c)
-pint(pt)
-quart(qt)
-gallon(gal)
Weight:
-ounce(oz)
-pound(lb)
-ton(T)
UNIT CONVERTER
LENGTH
-1ft=12in
-1yd=36in or 3ft
-1 mi.=5,280ft.or1,760yd.and 63,360in.CAPACITY -1 c.=8 fl. oz-1 pt.=2c.-1 qt.=2 pt.
-1 gal.= 4 qt.WEIGHT-1 oz.-1 lb.=16oz.-1 T=2,000lbs. or 36,000oz.
EASY REFERENCES;

LENGTH1in.=second bone in pointer finger
1ft.=length of forearm
1yd.=wrist to opposite shoulder
1mi.=wyoming ave. to edge of wyoming
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CAPACITY1 c.=coffee cup
1 pt.=small ice cream bowl
1 qt.=large measuring cup
1 gal.=big jug of milkWEIGHT1 oz.=pencil
1 lb. =package of paper
1 T =small car