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What is the SI unit force weight work and energy?
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Force: newton (N)  = kg m s^-2

Weight: newton (N) = kg m s^-2

Work: joule (J) = newton-metre (N.m) = kg m^2 s^-2

Energy: joule (J) = kg m^2 s^-2
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