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The value of one atomic mass unit

In my textbook, it is given: 1 atomic mass unit equals $1/12$th mass of one carbon 12-atom. Since mass of $6.02 * 10^{26}$ atoms of carbon-12 is $12\space\text{kg}$. Thus, $$1 \text{ a.m.u ...
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Tesla to Newtons [closed]

Is it possible to convert Tesla to Newtons of force? Or magnetization force H:(A/m) to newtons?
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CGS Units to SI Units

This may be a stupid question but I am having trouble getting the same result in CGS units as I would if I used SI units for a unitless calculation. I have to calculate $E_c=\frac{m_e c\, ...
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Do the trigonometric functions preserve units?

I saw an exercise where you had to calculate the units of $C_i, i=1,2$ from an equation like this: $v^2=2\cdot C_1x$ and $x=C_1\cdot \cos(C_2\cdot t)$ where $x$ means meters, $t$ means seconds ...
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Help getting the distance an object has moved

What is a distance an object went through at the speed of 14hm/min for 6 hours? I am having problems with conversions. First, I tried passing 14hm/min to m/s. I did it alright. But now I am unsure. ...