Force is mass accelerated over time. One newton is the force required to accelerate 1 kg of mass 1 meter per second squared.

Gram, pound, and ton refer to mass, while the pint is an English unit of volume.

The meter measures length. When you multiple units of distance, you get surface area.

When you cube a distance, you get volume. Cubic centimeters is an example. Another common volume unit is the liter or milliliter (SI) and quart or pint (English). The erg is a unit of energy, while nanometers measures length and milligrams measures mass.

If you don't remember any other answers from this quiz, know this one. The kilometer is a base unit of length or distance in the metric system.

Ohm and mho are units of resistance. A mho (if you had not noticed) is ohm spelled backwards and is the reciprocal of an ohm.

The Pascal is the metric unit of pressure. It's newtons per square meter or kilograms per meter second squared. The unit is capitalized because it's named for a person.

Kelvin (which is not reported in degrees) and degrees Fahrenheit and Celsius are units of temperature. The BTU is a unit of work.

Watts are power. On a light bulb, for example, they indicate how much power the bulb will draw. So, you shouldn't put a high powered bulb in a socket only built to withstand low power.

The candela is the SI base unit of luminous intensity. The lumen is the unit of luminous flux, while the lux is lumens per square meter. Farad is the SI unit of electrical capacitance.

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