What are the units of measure in the metric system?
The metric system of measurement in mathematics is the set of standard units defined to measure length, weight, and capacity.
Answer: The units of measure in the metric system are meter, kilogram, second, kelvin, ampere, mole, and candela.
Metrication is the process of implementing the International system of units (SI units).
According to the SI units (also known as standard metric system), there are a total of 7 units of measurement.
The units along with their symbols are given as follows:
- meter (m)
- kilogram (kg)
- second (s)
- kelvin (K)
- ampere (A)
- mole (mol)
- Candela (cd)