# SI Units

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The International System of Units (SI) defines 7 base units: s (second), m (meter), kg (kilogram), A (ampere), K (kelvin), mol (mole) and cd (candela). In addition to base units, there are 22 derived units, which can all be represented as products of powers of these base units.

Derived unitBase unit equivalent
sr1
Hzs^-1
Nkg m s^-2
Pakg m^-1 s^-2
Jkg m^2 s^-2
Derived unitBase unit equivalent
Wkg m^2 s^-3
CA s
Vkg m^2 s^-3 A^-1
Fkg^-1 m^-2 s^4 A^2
Ωkg m^2 s^-3 A^-2
Skg^-1 m^-2 s^3 A^2
Derived unitBase unit equivalent
Wbkg m^2 s^-2 A^-1
Tkg s^-2 A^-1
Hkg m^2 s^-2 A^-2
°CK
lmcd
lxcd m^-2
Derived unitBase unit equivalent
Bqs^-1
Gym^2 s^-2
Svm^2 s^-2
katmol s^-1

SI also defines 24 symbols known as prefixes, denoting powers of ten.

SymbolFactor
Q10^30
R10^27
Y10^24
Z10^21
E10^18
P10^15
SymbolFactor
T10^12
G10^9
M10^6
k10^3
h10^2
da10^1
SymbolFactor
d10^-1
c10^-2
m10^-3
μ10^-6
n10^-9
p10^-12
SymbolFactor
f10^-15
a10^-18
z10^-21
y10^-24
r10^-27
q10^-30

Each argument is an SI unit with a possible prefix. Print it as a product of a power of ten and its base units. For example, `GW` (gigawatt) becomes `10^9 kg m^2 s^-3`. Keep in mind the following exceptions:

• The kilogram is a base unit with an inherent prefix. Other prefixes attach to g (gram), and you should print their values relative to the kilogram: `g` is `10^-3 kg` and `Mg` is `10^3 kg`.
• Instead of `10^1`, print `10`.
• Instead of `10^0`, print `1`.
• For rad and sr, only print a power of ten. (Example: for `Mrad`, print `10^6`, not `10^6 1`.)
• There is no universal order among the base units. For C, you must output `A s` rather than `s A`. We follow the conventions of NIST.
• `μ` is U+03BC GREEK SMALL LETTER MU (UTF-8: `ce bc`).
• `Ω` is U+03A9 GREEK CAPITAL LETTER OMEGA (UTF-8: `ce a9`).
• `°` is U+00B0 DEGREE SIGN (UTF-8: `c2 b0`).
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