We are asked to find the unit of length used to define the dyne.

The *dyne* is a derived *unit* of force specified in the centimetre–gram–second (

The SI unit of force is the Newton, derived from the base units by using the definition of force, *F *= *ma*. The dyne is a non-SI unit of force in which mass is measured in grams and time is measured in seconds. The relationship between the two units is 1 dyne = 10^{-5}N.

Find the unit of length used to define the dyne.

A) in

B) ft

C) mm

D) cm

E) yd

F) dm

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