The unit for frequency in the International System of Units is hertz, which is abbreviated as Hz. One hertz is defined as a frequency of one cycle per second. More »

The International System of Units states that entropy has a unit of Joules/Kelvin. It always has the dimensions of energy divided by temperature and can be measured in a myriad of units as long as they fit that criteria. More »

The International System of Units (SI) identifies "second" as the base unit for time. It is determined using radiation periods for the cesium 133 atom. More »

The SI base unit for distance is the meter, according to the International System of Units. From this base unit, using a system of equations, a number of derived quantities are obtained, such as area, volume, speed and a... More »

The most common unit used to measure frequency is hertz (Hz), which refers to cycles per second; however, there are some other ways to measure frequency, such as revolutions per minute (RPM) for a motor or beats per minu... More »

DM3 stands for cubic decimeter in the International System of Units measurement system. In the United States, this volumetric quantity is called a liter. It is also equivalent to 1,000 cubic centimeters. More »

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There are supposed to be 1024 megabytes in a gigabyte, but manufacturers of computers and storage space round down to 1000 megabytes per gigabyte, since the prefix reflects the International System of Units. Because Wind... More »

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