There are several MKS systems (metric systems based on meter,
kilogram, second); the one most used is called SI. In this case,
the unit of temperature is the Kelvin.

when the unit of any physical quantity is measured in terms of meter or kilogram or second or in combination of these then it is said that unit is in MKS system.

The unit of force in MKS systems are based on the meter, kilogram, and second while we say, for example, that the dyne is the CGS unit of force, this determines its definition: it is the force which accelerates a mass of one gram at the rate of one centimeter per second per second.

The relevant SI bases are MKS.Length: cgs system uses centimetre, MKS uses metre = 100 centimetres. Mass: cgs system uses grams, MKS uses kilogram = 1000 grams. Time: they both use seconds.

That would be grams. ----------------------------------------- The above is definitely for mass and not for volume. In CGS system the unit for volume will be cm3 And in MKS A system, it is m3

MKS - metre, kilogramme, second. Volume is a cube of a distance, so the MKS system uses cubic metres, but often cheats and uses litres(cubic decimetres). Density is mass divided by volume, so the MKS unit is kilos per cubic metre - but that too is seldom used.

CGS is a measuring system that is based on the centimeter, the gram, and the second. It is used to measure small quantities and distances. MKS is a measuring system is based on the meter, the kilogram, and the second. It is use to measure large quantities and distances.

Dyne is the unit of force in CGS system and joule is the unit of work in MKS system. So both are for different physical quantities. So they cannot be related.

No, centigrade is a unit of temperature, not amplitudes. No, centigrade is a unit of temperature, not amplitudes. No, centigrade is a unit of temperature, not amplitudes. No, centigrade is a unit of temperature, not amplitudes.

Mass of neutron: in mks unit = 1.674823 x 10^ -27 kg in cgs unit = 1.674823 x 10^ -24 g in mass unit = 1.00866544 u in (mass neutron x c^2) = 939.5505 Mev

In the MKS system, the basic unit of length is the meter. Everything is addressed in subdivisions or multiples of that. So a millimeter is one thousandth of a meter, while a kilometer is one thousand meters.

There is not a single metric unit of length. 1000 metres is 1000 unit of the MKS (metre-kilogram-second) basis of length or 100,000 of the CGS (centimetre-gram-second) basis.

Yes it is . . . I disagree. A newton is the unit of force in the MKS system. It has dimensions MLT-2 . Mass has dimensions M, and it is measured in kilograms.

The mathematical expression of density or mass density is that it is equal to the mass divided by the volume, and contains units of m3 in the mks unit system.