Unit Converter

In the context of measurement, a unit is a fixed quantity of a physical amount which is defined and accepted by convention or/and rule and used as a standard for the measurement of that physical amount. Any other quantity of that physical amount is expressed as a multiplier of this 'unit'.

For example, length is a physical amount. 'Meter' is a unit of length equal to a certain predefined distance. When we say that such distance is '4 meters', it means that the said distance is 4 times of 1 meter.

Defining units, agreeing on them, making practical use of them has been a very important role since ancient times. It was common for units to have different systems in different places and times. But now a global standard system exists, which is called 'International System of Units (SI)'.

The weighing and measuring tables used in various fields are given below.

Distance is a physical and mathematical quantity that the measurable non-coincident between the two objects space indicates. This measurable space can exist between concrete and between abstract (eg mathematical) objects.
A unit of length is a standardized amount of length defined by convention. Length is a fundamental quantity created to measure the distance between two points.
An SI prefix or metric prefix is a decimal prefix that can be added to any unit of the SI system to indicate that it is multiple or fraction of those units. These prefixes have been officially adopted by the International Bureau of Weights and Measures (BIPM).
Information measurement units are used to measure the different characteristics associated with information. Most often, measuring information is about measuring the capacity of computer memory (storage devices) and measuring the amount of data transmitted through digital communication channels. The amount of information is less frequently measured.
In physics, acceleration is a vector derived quantity that indicates the change in velocity per unit time. According to Newtonian mechanics, a particle cannot follow a curved path unless certain acceleration acts on it as a consequence of the action of a force, since if it did not exist, its motion would be rectilinear. Likewise, a particle in rectilinear motion can only change its speed under the action of acceleration in the same direction as its velocity.