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**[[526: Converting to Metric]].
 
**[[526: Converting to Metric]].
 
***It is just a more funny version of ''How to count things'' where only the volume segment has been left out.  
 
***It is just a more funny version of ''How to count things'' where only the volume segment has been left out.  
***The only item going again in both is the weight of a cat, although this is listed as 4 kg in the comic and 5 kg in the book...
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***The only item going again in both is the wight of a cat, although this is listed as 4 kg in the comic and 5 kg in the book...
 
**[[1314: Photos]].
 
**[[1314: Photos]].
 
***There is a small drawing that is just a different version of the idea behind the comic (see more explanation on the comics explanation).
 
***There is a small drawing that is just a different version of the idea behind the comic (see more explanation on the comics explanation).

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