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The base units for the SI system are: length-meter, mass-kilogram, time-second, temperature interval-deg kelvin(or celsius), electric current-ampere, amount of substance-mole, luminous intensity-candela.

Some derived units are: area-hectare(10,000 sq m), volume-liter, weight-newton, energy-joule, power-watt, pressure-pascal or bar, frequency-hertz, angle-radian, potential difference-volt, resistance-ohm, capacitance-farad, inductance-henry
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How is temperature measured in the metric system?

Temperature is measured in the metric system using degrees Celsius  (centigrade).    The official scale is actually the Kelvin scale, which uses the  same degree size

In the metric system speed can be measured by?

In the metric system the base units for measurement of velocity (speed) is meters for distance and time in seconds, making the standard base formula for velocity meters per se

What is the linear measurement in the metric system?

All metric units of linear measurement are multiples or sub-multiples of the meter . -- nanometer = 10 -9 -- millimeter = 10 -3 -- centimeter = 10 -2 -- meter --

What are the units for metric system of measurements?

Length . . . meter Mass . . . kilogram Time . . . second Electric current . . . ampere Thermodynamic temperature . . . kelvin Amount of substance . . . mole Lumino

What are the unit measurement of metric system?

Mass . . . kilogram Length . . . meter Time . . . second Charge . . . Coulomb All the other units are multiples or combinations of these.
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What is metric system and measurement?

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