SI units for length, mass, time and temperature
Mass = kilo gram(kg)
Time = second(s)
SI stands for Systéme Internationale; which is an international system for units. It is used to ensure measurements and units in various system. As the name implies, it also standardizes unit systems.
There are many types of dimensions which can be measured, the most commons are length, mass, time and temperature.
Each dimension should have a standard SI value, that is, it will not change, will be considered the basis of the system.
SI Standard units are required to have a system in which dimensions are standardized within their units/measurements. The units for length, mass, time and temperature are meter, kilogram, second and kelvin, respectively.
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