derived unit
Noun

derived unit (plural derived units)

  1. (In the SI system of units) Any unit derived from one of the seven base units of length (meter), mass (kilogram), time (second), electric current (ampere), thermodynamic temperature (kelvin), amount of substance (mole) and luminous intensity (candela).
    The derived unit of electrical resistance (ohm) is derived from length, mass, time, and electric current.
Antonyms Translations
  • Russian: произво́дная едини́ца



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