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  • 10:44 PM - Aexalon quoted Maldin in post Question about water.
    ...10⁻⁴² kg × m² / s. Of course, those definitions are (will be) the most recent versions of units that were defined by different relations. a second was defined so that there are 86,400 seconds in a mean solar day of the planet Earth. The approximate actual length of the mean solar day (during the most recent decades) using the modern definition of the second is 86,400.002 seconds. a metre was defined so that there are 40,000,000 metres in a meridian (a circle that passes through both poles) of the planet Earth. The approximate actual length of a great meridian using the modern definition of the metre is 40,007,860 metres. a kilogram was defined as the mass of a cubic decimeter (0.001 m³, or 1 litre) of water at its freezing point. The approximate actual mass of a cubic decimeter of water at 0° C is 0.999841 kilograms, by its current definition ("Le Grand K"). Water is densest at 3.98° C, but even then a cubic decimeter weighs only 0.999973 kilograms. In summary, Maldin was mostly correct :)

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