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Meter/Metre inconsistency in article.[edit]

The article is inconsistent in its spelling of the word for "the basic unit of length in the metric system" and its derivatives.

I propose metre to follow the standard of the Wikipedia article of "Metre". Same with litre. Even though I use "meter" and "liter", I propose that we use "metre" and "litre" here to follow the standards for those two articles.

At least it will make it a bit more consistent and easier to follow. What do you think? (talk) 01:44, 9 April 2017 (UTC)

Well, I did it. It makes it look a bit neater. (talk) 01:48, 9 April 2017 (UTC)

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Grave forgotten[edit]

well, what about "cail", sign c, deriving from chilog[ram]. so one gram would be 1 mc, and a tonne be 1 Kc
Tabascofernandez (talk) 00:42, 15 July 2017 (UTC)