# Physics Tutorial 1.1 - Units. Systems of Units. Fundamental and Derived SI Units

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In this Physics tutorial, you will learn:

• What is a unit? Why do we need units?
• Why it is necessary to have commonly accepted systems of units?
• Which are the main systems of units used in science and daily life?
• What is the difference between the fundamental and derived units?
• What are multiples and submultiples of units?

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1.1.1Introduction to Units and Systems of Units
1.1.2What are multiples and submultiples of units?

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