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For example, seconds. Also, many of the more "technical" units, that are used in science and technology, but not so much in the daily life of a common person - for example, ampere, coulomb, henry, watt, ohm, tesla, etc.

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A second (for time).

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Q: What are units are part of both us and metric systems?
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Which of these units is a part of both the US and metric systems?

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