so not as many people turn up to games but still heaps do.
It was included in Olympics from 1900 until 1920, but it is not any more. It is still recognised as a sport by the Olympic Committee and could, theoretically make a comeback.
There are positive, negative, linear and s-shaped performance curves in sport, i am still in the process of trying to find out what each of them mean. If you find out let me know! :)
If you mean America as in North and South America, then the sport would be soccer. If you mean America as in North America, then the sport would still be soccer. If you mean America as in the United States of America, then football (American Football) would be the answer.
It probably doesn't rank because it's not that hard, but for some it may be but.... Well I think there are much harder sports, but I'm still sticking with baseball....It my fav sport.
Yes, the metric system is the most used system. Only a few countries out of many still use the Imperial system. Even in the USA, where the Imperial system is still in use, the scientific disciplines use the metric system because it is universal.
We don't, some older people still use the imperial system because that's what they were raised with. Officially Canada uses the metric system though.
No, South Africa follows the Metric system
In the old days the English created the imperial system (the us still use this system). But nowadays they use the metric system.
Because they are too stuck in their habits to see the huge advantages of the SI system.
In the US, 16. Elsewhere (where the old Imperial system is still used) 20.
Three countries in the world use the English Measurement System; Liberia, Myanmar and the U.S.A. The United Kingdom still uses the Imperial system for some of their measurements. They still have Miles on their road signs. Still sell their beer and milk by the pint. A large majority of the population use the Imperial system. But Metric is used commercially.
Britain is in a transition period between the imperial system and the metric system. However, distances are still measured in miles.
Miles are a part of the Imperial System (or US customary system). The only countries to use this system is the United States, however, Liberia is also considered to use this form of measurement. You will find Liberia listed as a Metric Nation and as an Imperial Nation (in form of measurement systems); this is because Liberia does not have an official system of measurements. Liberia tends to use the Metric System in forms of international trade and business, but will tend to use the Imperial System in forms of internal usage. The United States is also a Metric/Imperial Nation, however, it is more Imperial than Metric and you will probably never list it as a Metric Nation alone. Myanmar (Burma) also does not use the Metric System, however, they do not use the Imperial System; they have their own system of measurement known as the Burmese System. However, there are still many Metric Nations that still use forms of the Imperial System. For example, the United Kingdom, Canada, Ireland, Australia, the Bahamas, India, and Malaysia still use some forms of the Imperial System, but are official Metric Nations. Many other countries fall under this category as well, mainly countries that were at one time a part of the British Empire (as the Imperial System was made by the British Empire).
that depends on whether you are using the US System or the Imperial System. in the US System a quart is two pints and a pint is 16 US fluid ounces, so 6 quarts is 192 US fluid ounces. In the Imperial System (used in the British Empire after 1824) a quart is still two pints, but a pint is 20 Imperial fluid ounces. So in the Imperial System 6 quarts is 240 Imperial fluid ounces. US fluid ounces are a little larger than Imperial fluid ounces.
An imperial gallon used to be used in the United Kingdom and all Commonwealth nations. Even though these measures were superceded by the metric system, vestiges of this measuring system still exist. Primarily in cooking and fluid measures. Englishmen still visit the pubs for dragms and pints of their favorite beverages. These are measures related to the imperial gallon.