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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
Volume is measured in Litres in the metric system
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grams centimeters kilograms kilometers meters that's the only one's I know google~ metric weight and measurements
It is meter for length, kilogram for mass, and second for time.
grams or kilograms
centimeters, meters, kilometers, etc.
Yes, it is.
Length: Meters (millimeter, centimeter, meter, decimeter, kilometer) Volume: Liters (milliliter, centiliter, liter, deciliter, kiloliter) Mass: Grams (milligram, centigram, gr…am, decigram, kilogram) Time: 1 minute = 60 seconds; 1 hour = 60 minutes = 3600 seconds; 1 day = 24 hours; 1 week = 7 days; 1 year = 365 days Temperature: Celsius Decimals in Measurement: milli, centi, deci, deka, hecto, kilo
Volume is measured in cubic metres, because the unit is cubed it means that the normal prefixes can be confusing; there are 100 cm in 1 m, but 1 000 000 cm3 in 1 m3. This mean…s that the non-SI unit of the litre is used in most cases. 1 m3 is 1000 litres.
kilometer hectometer decameter meter decimeter centimeter millimeter
Answer: yes Answer: No, but they are related. A "system" is not the same as a "measurement".
Temperature is measured in kelvin, although degrees Celsius are commonly used. Heat is a form of energy, and is measured in joules.