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Metres cubed. m3
Are all used in communications.
Meters per second squared, or m/(s2). This should not be interpreted as "the square of a second" but instead as "meters per second, per second."
1.If you use units of measurement that aren't standard, you may end up with a meaningless result, or a result that no one else would understand. E.g. If your watch ticks at 47 times per minute and you use your watch to time something, your result would be pretty useless to someone whose watch ticks at the (SI) 60 times per minute.
2.Cause confusion and disagreement among people that are using different units of measurement. E.g. one people use arm span to measure a length of a cloth and another is using metre(m) so there will confusing and misunderstanding between them.
3.Some of the problems that may arise if Standard International (SI) units are not used include conflict or discrepancies in data collection since there is no standard measurement, conflicting results amongst the various research personalities as well as inaccurate representation. These are basically the derived units that are mostly expressed in terms of the base units.
I want to know bookscrap about problems that may arise when using the unit of measurement is not the same .
There are two related issues. Stopping the use of standard units
will cause total chaos. You cannot have trade if the two parties do
not know what quantities they are dealing with. And without trade
most countries' ecomonies would collapse. Also, you would have
distasters like the Mars Climate Orbitter - a lump of scrap metal
that NASA sent, at enormous expense, to Mars - useless because they
mixed up SI and non-SI units.
Second, one of the main advantage of the SI system, and the reason that it has caught on across the civilised world, is that moving from larger to smaller units (and conversely) is all done using factors and multiples of 10. Since we count in the base of ten, these conversions are relatively simple. Just knowing a few prefices is enough whether you are working with mass (weight), length, volume, time, electric charge or whatever. The Imperial system was an absolute jungle of multiples of 2, 3, 4, 6, 8, 12, 14, 16 and so on. This requires familiarity with so many multiplicatin tables.
The answer will depend on "in accordance" to WHAT?
SI units, which is the abbreviation for International System of Units, is used for making measurements that can be understood in various countries. While most countries have no adopted SI units as their form of measurements, some countries like the United States only use them in certain areas of study.
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it will be difficult and more confusions and complications will occur...
it will be difficult
International (SI) units are not used include conflict or discrepancies in data collection since
The SI unit of temperature is the Kelvin. It's the same size as the Celsius degree.
SI units are used mostly in the scientific field in the US. Almost every country in the world use