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Which of the following accurately describes the differences between the SI and English systems of measurement? A. The two systems are used interchangeably in the scientific and technical communities. B. The English system is preferred for use in the scientific and technical communities due to its ease of use over the SI system. C. The SI system, which is based on the metric system, has been more widely adopted than the English system, which is harder to use. D. The English system is more commonly used in Europe than in the United States.
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The SI system, which is based on the metric system, has been more widely adopted than the English system, which is harder to use accurately describes the differences between the SI and English systems of measurement.
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The SI system, which is based on the metric system, has been more widely adopted than the English system, which is harder to use accurately describes the differences between the SI and English systems of measurement.
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