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3. QuantIties, units, multiplying factors, symbols, and abbreviations
3.1 Quantities
The units and symbols lised in I able I shall be used to indicate inc applicanle quantity. I he quantities. units, and unit symbols presented comply with the International System of Units (SI). (See IEEE Std 2W).l-2004 and IEEE/ASTM SI 10l997.)2l In case of variance, this standard takes precedence.IEEE C63.14 pdf download.