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Length. in = ft = m. Area. in2 = ft2 = m2 Volume. gal (US) = in3 = ft3 = dm3 Mass. lb = kg. Density. lb/ft3 = kg/m3 Force. lbf = kG = N. Torque. lbf·ft = kG·m = N·m. Energy. kcal = Btu = hp·h = kWh = kJ.
The base SI units are metre, kilogram, second, kelvin, ampere, candela and the mole and the three supplementary SI units are radian, steradian and becquerel.
In science classes, and anywhere outside of the United States, length is measured with the Metric System. The most common units that we use to measure length in the metric system are the millimeter, centimeter, meter, and kilometer. The millimeter is the smallest commonly used unit in the metric system.
The oil, juice drink and gasoline containers are just a few examples of objects that illustrate capacity. Capacity is measured in the SI base unit called litres (L). The most common units for capacity are litre (L) and millilitre (mL).
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