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The long principal amount can be reduced to
The basic quantities of length can be reduced to area and volume . The unit of length is meter, while area and volume are m² and m³. Area and volume are both derived quantities.
Detailed discussion of Principal Lengths
The principal quantity of length is one of the basic quantities used to measure the length of an object. This basic quantity is used in the SI system (International System of Units) which is an international system of units used in science and technology. In the SI system, the principal unit of length is the meter (m). One meter is equal to 1,094 yards or 3,281 feet. This principal quantity of length can be used to measure the length of any object, be it on a scale microscopic as well as macroscopic.
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