Units of Measurement


A unit of measurement is a specific amount of a physical quantity such as length or time. Units that measure the same physical quantity (like inches and miles, nanoseconds and hours, or molecules and moles) simply represent different scales for measuring the same thing. Units are agreed upon standards of measurement -- they may have a somewhat natural origin or be completely artificially derived.

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