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(Excerpt s from the international standard ISO 31-11: 1992) This document contains selected excerpts for students and teachers CGPE the inte rnational standard iso 31-11:1992. To complement this standard, these are the sy mbols of the seven basic units: meter symbol name kilogram kg m e s second amper e A K kelvin mole candela cd mol The exact value of the speed of light in vacuum is: c = 2.997 924 58 ⋅ 108 m s-1 Principles of drafting this standard ISO (In ternational Organization for Standardization) is a worldwide federation of natio nal standards bodies (ISO member bodies). The development of International Stand ards is normally carried out through ISO technical committees. Each member body interested in a study entitled to be part of the Technical Committee created for this purpose. International organizations, governmental and non-governmental, i n liaison with ISO, also participate. Draft International Standards adopted by t he technical committees are circulated to the members for vote. Publication as a n International Standard requires approval by at least 75% of the member voting. Variables, functions and operators The variables, such as x, y, etc.. And indices such as i, in Σx i i Are printed in italic (sloping). II is same parameters, such as a, b, etc.. which can be considered constant in a parti cular context. The same rule also applies to functions in general, for example. F, g. However, we write a function explicitly set in roman (upright), eg sin, ex p, ln, Γ. The mathematical constant whose value never changes are printed in Rom an characters, for example: e = 2.718 ..., π = 3.141 592 654 ... i2 = -1. The o erators are defined in law as rinted, for exam le: div, δx an δ in each in f / x. The numbers expresse by numerals are always written in law, for exampl e: 351 204; 1.32; 7 / 8. The argument of a function is written in parentheses af ter the function symbol with no space between the symbol of the function an the first bracket, for example: f (x), cos (ωt + φ). I the unction symbol has t o or more letters and i the argument contains no sign o operation such as +, -, ×; ⋅, or /, the parentheses aroun the argument can be omitte . In this case, i t shoul leave a slight space between the symbol of the function an argument, f or example: int 2.4; sin nπ; arcosh 2A; Ei x. If there is a likelihood of confus ion, it is recommended to always insert arentheses. For exam le, write cos (x) + y or (cos x) + y; not write cos x + y which could be understood as cos (x + y) . If we write an ex ression or an equation in two or more lines should be carrie d out immediately after cutting one of the signs =, +, -, ±, or m, or, if necess ary, immediately after the One sign ×; ⋅, or /. In this case, the sign acts as a hyphen at the en of the first line, to inform the rea er that the rest will fo llow next line or possibly to page 1 follows. The sign must not be repeate at the beginning of the next line, two mi nus signs coul , for example, lea to errors of sign. Scalars, vectors an tensors Scalars, vectors an tensors are use to express certain physical quantities. As such, they are in epen ent of the particular choice of a coor inate system, so that each coor inate of a vector or tensor epen s on this choice. It is importa nt to istinguish between "coor inates of a vector" a, that is to say, ax, ay, a n az, an "components", that is to say axex, ayey an Azez, which are vectors. Cartesian coor inates of ra ius vector are equal to the Cartesian coor inates of the point given by the ra ius vector.

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