# units cribsheet

In general, use the units specified in the problem. Represent units as indicated in the table below, including them separated from your answer by a space (also, be sure there are no spaces at the end of your units). Note that cApITaliZaTiON matters. Enter compound units with only one "`/`", using * for multiplication and `^` for exponentiation. For example, the following are all correct ways to enter a value with compound units: `5 m/s^2`,   `7.38 kg*m/s^2`,   `12 V*ohm^-1*s^-1`   and `16 V/ohm*s`.
 For the unit type Units of Time seconds `s` miliseconds `ms` minutes `min` hours `hr` days `day` years `yr` Units of Length meters `m` centimeters `cm` kilometers `km` milimeters `mm` micrometer (micron) `um` nanometer `nm` Angstrom `A` inches `in` feet `ft` miles `mi` Units of Volume liters `L` mililiters `ml` cubic centimeters `cc`

 For the unit type Units of Mass grams `g` kilograms `kg` slugs `slug` Units of Frequency Hertz `Hz` kiloHertz `kHz` megaHertz `MHz` Units of Force Newtons `N` microNewtons `uN` dynes `dyne` pounds `lb` tons `ton` Units of Pressure Pascals `Pa` kiloPascals `kPa` atmospheres `atm` Units of Power Watts `W` kiloWatts `kW` horsepower `hp`

 For the unit type Units of Energy Joules `J` kiloJoules `kJ` ergs `erg` foot-pounds `lbf` calories `cal` kilocalories `kcal` electron-volts `eV` kilowatt-hours `kWh` Units of Electricity amperes `amp` volts `V` ohms `ohm` Farads `F` Coulomb `C`
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