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Posted by **jennifer** on Saturday, September 5, 2009 at 4:27pm.

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**GK**, Saturday, September 5, 2009 at 5:02pmThere IS, the cubic meter, m^3. The basic SI units in the "MKS" system are the

**meter**, the**kilogram**, and the**second**. Derived units such as those for volume, velocity, force, energy, etc, are "SI" as long as they are based on the basic SI units.**Example**: The energy unit "joule" is equivalent to,

newton*meters. One Nm = 1kg•m^2/s^2, a derived unit based on the MKS system. The calorie is also an energy unit but it is not based on MKS.

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