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Which one is an expression of distance in SI units? A. 30 miles B. 16 kilograms C. 24 feet D. 500 meters

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  1. logan13
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    @Shalante

  2. anonymous
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    They are all in length What is the SI unit of length?

  3. logan13
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    @Shalante a system of physical units ( SI Units ) based on the meter, kilogram, second, ampere, kelvin, candela, and mole, together with a set of prefixes to indicate multiplication or division by a power of ten.

  4. anonymous
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    Out of those which units here related to length? For example: SI unit for time is seconds.

  5. logan13
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    @Shalante sooo c

  6. anonymous
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    Any explanation?

  7. anonymous
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    Read my post again.

  8. logan13
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    so a right

  9. anonymous
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    Let me explain more.

  10. anonymous
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    The time, length, mass, amount of substance, electric current all have many units. The SI unit can only have 1 unit of each. That means length can only have one SI units and so does mass, amount of substance, electric current. For example mass can be in grams,kilograms, pounds, tons. SI units as you can see from what you posted has to be kilograms. Another example is that time can be in seconds, hours, minutes. The SI unit for time would be seconds (Refer to the paragraph you posted). So SI units for mass is kg. Now try to find the SI unit for length.

  11. anonymous
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    I made it clear here. Now, you can figure the rest on your own if you read it.

  12. anonymous
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    Unless you want to make sure.

  13. anonymous
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    What did you get now?

  14. anonymous
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    @logan13 come look at what I wrote. It will help you on almost every question you will see.

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