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1.) What is the SI unit of mass?
Options are:
A.) Meter-Second (M-Sec)
B.) Second (Sec)
C.) Killogram (Kg)
D.) Meter (M)
2.) What is the SI unit of force?
Options are:
A.) Killogram-Meter/Second (Kg-M/Sec)
B.) Killogram-Meter-Second2(Kg-M-Sec2)
C.) Killogram-Meter/Second2 (Kg-M/Sec2)
D.) Killogram-Meter-Second(Kg-M-Sec)
3.) What is the SI unit of velocity?
Options are:
A.) Meter/Second2 (m/sec2)
B.) Meter-Second2 (M-S2)
C.) Meter/Second (M/Sec)
D.) Meter-Second (M-Sec)
                        
4.) What is the SI unit of acceleration?
Options are:
A.) Meter-Second2 (M-Sec2)
B.) Meter/Second (M/Sec)
C.) Meter-Second (M-Sec)
D.) Meter/Second2 (M/Sec2)
                        
5.) What is the SI unit of length?
Options are:
A.) Meter-Second (M-Sec)
B.) Second (Sec)
C.) Meter (m)
D.) Killogram (Kg)
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