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The symbol for a unit which is not named in the honour of some scientist is written in


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Lower letter


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The symbol for a unit which is not named in the honor of some scientist is written in lower letter.ex:- the symbol for metre is 'm',for kilo gram is 'kg' and for second is 's'.
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