Units - time second(s ● electric current ampere(A 3 Use Units All equations will be equations between quantities product of a numeric value and a

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R. Hannemann EE305 Summer 2006 1 09/04/09 1 Units Learning Objectives Know which unit system to use in Electrical Engineering (but probably all engineering disciplines) Be able to use unit prefixes Know that we always use units 09/04/09 2 SI Unit System MKSA system: length: meter(m) mass: kilogram (kg)
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Unformatted text preview: time: second (s) ● electric current: ampere (A) 09/04/09 3 Use Units! All equations will be equations between quantities: product of a numeric value and a unit A unit mismatch is an error check for the correctness of a derivation giving help to check for mistakes in calculations ....
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