when dealing with SI units, what does "N-m" imply? Is it Newtons * meters? Or is it Newtons per meter?

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when dealing with SI units, what does "N-m" imply? Is it Newtons * meters? Or is it Newtons per meter?

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Is there a question that involves this? Because I may be able to tell if it is in context.
"Express the following in US customary units: 8 kN-m"
I think it stands for kilonewton units.

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I know that 1 lb = 1N
kilonewton-meters**
There is a good explanation of the newton-meter here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Newton_metre
I also know that 1 ft = .3048 m
Just don't understand the relationship "N-m"
Think about it, Newton is a force, and the meter is a distance.
If the wikipedia interpretation is correct then (N-m) = N*m
force times a distance
I was just trying to understand what the Hyphen suggests.....
It is not a mathematical operator, so it just confused me. I remember when taking physics with calculus it confused me then too
oh, i think they just use it as a space, i always just put a dot
Ok thanks

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