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Physics, 19.08.2019 01:50 ella3714

Why is a standard system of measurement important?
a.) scientists want to share measurment data they can understand
b)each country wants it's own set of measurements standards
c.)measurements are seldom shared with scientists. in different countries
d) scientists speak. many different. languages

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