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Yes, it is the base unit for measuring mass.
no a meter is
SI is the metric system, and the Inch is not a metric unit.
Yes, the kilogram is the SI base unit for mass. Fun fact: the kilogram is the only SI base unit with a prefix.
No, but a meter is.
id say temperature in Kelvins (K) pressure in atmospheres (atm) volume in liters (L) mass in kilograms (Kg) and moles (mol) which is the number of carbon atoms in exac…tly 12g of pure carbon substance
water. a gram is one milliliter of water. a milliliter is a cubic centimeter. in degrees Celsius 0 is freezing for water and 100 is boiling. a calorie is the energy it takes h…eat a milliliter/gram/cubic centimeter of water by 1 degree. so on and so on it is all based on water. The units gram, litre, Celsius, and centimetre are not SI units. They are cgsA units which predates the SI system. The SI system is based on the mksA system, which has the metre, kilogram, second, ampere, kelvin, candela, and mole as base units. No SI unit is 'based on water'.
metric units, which are based on 10
No the SI base units are: metre for lengthkilogram for masssecond for timeampere for electric currentkelvin for temperaturecandela for luminous intensitymole for the amount o…f substance. Voltage is derived from the base units, metre, kilogram, seconds and ampere. V = m2·kg·s−3·A−1 Definition of voltage The voltage between two ends of a path is the total energy required to move a small electric charge along that path, divided by the magnitude of the charge. V = J/C where: J=m2·kg·s−2 C=s·A V = (m2·kg·s−2)/(s·A) Thus: V = m2·kg·s−3·A−1 For more information look at the subject of "SI derived units"
There are seven SI Base Units. These are: metrekilogramsecondamperekelvinmolecandela All other units are Derived Units.
Yes, the meter is the basic SI unit of length. The metre is one of the seven BASE (not 'basic') units that make up the SI system. So, the meter is the base unit for length in… the SI system.
In SI what are used with the names of the base unit to indicate the multiple of ten that is being used with the base in the base unit?
There are seven SI Base Units. These are: metre -distance kilogram -mass second -time ampere -electric current kelvin -thermodynamic temperature candela -luminous int…ensity mole -amount of substance All other SI units are called Derived Units. Read more: at the related link
Not just used by scientists. Banking and commerce also prefer decimal systems.