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The measurement of time

Adopted in 1960, the International System of Units (SI) is designed in a scientific manner. It is based on 7 base units through which all physical sizes can be measured. The base unit of time is the second.

The relationship between the hour, minute and second is sexagesimal, whereas the SI strives to define units that have a decimal relationship.

The division of the average calender day in 2 x 10 units is in accordance with the SI. The decimal unit of time is the "divide" (decimal division).

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