amy_elizabeth64
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I've been given a question for my physics homework which I am a bit stuck on. The question asks 'which one of the following is the odd one out?
1. N
2. kg
3. ms-^1
4. As'
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N is the unit for force.
kg unit of weight
ms-1 is the unit of distance traveled in in second
As is chemical symbol of arsenic.


so the odd one is As.
i think sure as ive done no a level.
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I think the As in option 4 is meant to be ampere.second (Which is the same as coulomb)
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Newton (N) is the odd one out as it isn't in SI base unit form.
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Thank you all!
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