MKS system of units

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The MKS system of units , also called the MKS system for short , is an absolute metric system with the three basic units meter ( m ), kilogram ( k g) and second ( s ). By adding the ampere ( A ) as the fourth base unit, the MKSA system was created in 1939 . This system was incorporated into the International System of Units ( SI ) in use today in 1960 .

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