# I’d Love to Met’er Guys or Gals, you can win a dream date with somebody terrific when you answer these questions – or you could get stuck with a real loser!

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I’d Love to Met’er Guys or Gals, you can win a dream date with somebody terrific when you answer these questions – or you could get stuck with a real loser! For each question you will choose from 3 possible dates, based on a metric description of something about each of them.

For your first date you will choose from 3 different teenagers of the opposite sex. Choice A weighs 30,000 grams. Choice B weighs 56 kg (guys) or 75kg.(gals) Choice C weighs 135 kilograms. Choice A  66lbs. Choice B  123lbs girl or 165lbs. boy Choice C  297lbs.

Of course the girl or guy you go out with should be about average height as well. Choice D is 1000 millimeters tall. Choice E is 1.2 meters tall. Choice F is 175 centimeters or 190 cm Choice D.  3 feet 3 inches Choice E  3 feet 11 inches Choice F.  5 feet 9 inches or 6 ft. 2 in.

Good grooming is very important, and you want your date to have a fashionable hairstyle.. Choice G has hair which is 0.3 millimeters long. Choice H has hair which is 0.750 hectometers long. Choice I has hair which is 0.00029 km (guys) or 0.00015 km (gals) long. Choice G  BALD. Choice H  Repunsil Repunsil let down your 820 yards of hair. Choice I  shoulder length or ear length.

Dates who are in good physical condition are usually considered attractive. Choice J can run 0.800 kilometers in 0.0014 days. Choice K can throw a 2 x 10 6 microgram weight 250 millimeters. Choice L can jump 300000 micrometers with a running start... Choice J  800 in just more than 2 min. Choice K  A 1/3 of a penny a whole inch Choice L  jump 2 inches

It’s traditional to give or receive a box of chocolate candies before you take a girl out on a date.. Which would you want to give or receive? Choice M a box of candy to have a volume of 6000 ml Choice N a box of chocolates with a volume of 600 cc Choice O a box of candy to weigh 14 nanograms. Choice M  10X bigger then Choice N (≈ 9 lbs) Choice N  Normal box (14 oz) Choice O  1 molecule of chocolate

It’s always romantic to take a girl for a quiet moonlit walk in the park. Choice P walks at a speed of 3.5 kilometers per hour. Choice Q walks at a speed of 200 meters per minute. Choice R walks at a speed of 450 centimeters per second. Choice P  Leisurely pace 2.1 mph Choice Q  8 mph (All out Sprint) Choice R  10 mph (better be on horseback)

It’s nice to be able to put your arm around a girl’s waist as you walk, but she shouldn’t be too skinny. Choice S has a waistline which measures 1.3 m or.75 m Choice T has a waistline measurement of 550 millimeters. Choice U has a 40 centimeter waist. Choice S  51 inch waist or 29.5 inch Choice T  21 inch waist Choice U  15 inch waist

If your date invites you to eat dinner at her home, you want to be served enough so you won’t go away hungry, but remember that it’s considered polite to finish everything on your plate. Choice V will serve you 600 grams of spaghetti topped with sauce and a dozen meatballs with 90 millimeter diam. Choice W will serve you a 0.35 kilogram steak with a baked potato 10 centimeters long. Choice X will serve you a sandwich 85 millimeters thick with 2½ liters of chicken soup. Choice V  42 inches of meat-a-balls Choice W  3/4 lb steak big 4” potato Choice X  3.3” sandwich 2/3 gallon soup

CONGRATULATIONS! You have chosen a very special date, so of course you want to go someplace very special. You have two choices this time. Choice Y is a ski trip to lovely Knights Lodge, where the temperature is 15 degrees Celsius. Choice Z is a visit for swimming and water-skiing to beautiful Highland Hotel, where the temperature is 30 degrees Celsius. Choice Y  skiing at 59° F in melted snow Choice Z  swimming at 86° F

The 7 Fundamental Units The MeasurementsSI UNITSEng. Units Length (l)Meter (m) Feet (ft) Mass (m)Kilogram (kg) Pound (lb) Time (t)Second (s) Sec. (s) Temperature (T)Kelvin (K) Fahrenheit(°) Amount of Substance (n)Mole (mol) Electric Current (I)Ampere (A) Luminous Intensity (I v )Candela (cd)

The common BASE Units

The prefixes King Hecto Died drinking chocolate milk Kilo Hecto Deka Deci Centi Milli 1000 100 10 0.1 0.01 0.001 Mega (M)  1,000,000 (10 6 ) Micro ( μ)  - 1/1,000,000 (10 -6 ) Nano (n)  1/1,000,000,000 (10 -9 )

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