## How long is 1/60th of a second?

A 60th of second is about 0.seconds, or milliseconds, or 17 ms. You could also refer to it as 60 Herz or 60 Hz; meaning 60 times a second.२०११ डिसेम्बर १६

## What are the basic units of classification?

Species is the basic unit of classification.

## What is smaller than a second?

There are many measures of time that are less than a second. Centisecond(One hundredth of a second) Millisecond(One thousandth of a second) Microsecond(One millionth of a second) Nanosecond(One billionth of a second)

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## Who decided the length of a second?

The Persian scholar Al-Biruni first used the term “second” around 1000. He defined it—as well as the day, hour, and minute—as fractions according to the lunar cycle.२०१७ मार्च २४

## Why is it called a minute?

Historically, the word “minute” comes from the Latin pars minuta prima, meaning “first small part”. This division of the hour can be further refined with a “second small part” (Latin: pars minuta secunda), and this is where the word “second” comes from.

## Is the basic unit of time is second?

The basic unit of time is a second, and its symbol is s. Larger units of time are minutes (min) and hours (h). On the other hand, the basic unit of speed is meter per second m/s, which could also be expressed in other units such as m/min or km/h.

## Is Newton a fundamental unit?

The newton (symbol: N) is the International System of Units (SI) derived unit of force. It is named after Isaac Newton in recognition of his work on classical mechanics, specifically Newton’s second law of motion.

## Why second is unit of time?

Second, fundamental unit of time, now defined in terms of the radiation frequency at which atoms of the element cesium change from one state to another. The second was formerly defined as 1/86,400 of the mean solar day—i.e., the average period of rotation of the Earth on its axis relative to the Sun.

## What is the basic unit of biological classification?

Species are the basic unit of biological classification. It describes only one type of animal. It is the largest organism group where fertile offspring can be formed by any two individuals of the respective sexes or mating types, typically through sexual reproduction.

## What is Trinomial nomenclature explain with example?

Using three words for a name is called Trinomial system of Nomenclature. It was given by Lamarck, it consists of three words i.e., genus, species, sub-species (in zoological literature) or variety (in botanical literature). e.g.. Corvus splendens splendens (Indian crow), Brassica oleracea capitata (cabbage).