# SI Prefix Converter

SI prefixes, also known as metric prefixes, are a set of commonly used prefixes that are added to the names of basic SI units to form decimal multiples or submultiples of those units. They provide a simple and consistent way of expressing values that are too large or too small to be conveniently written in standard decimal notation.

There are 20 SI prefixes, each representing a different power of ten. Some of the most commonly used prefixes are:

kilo- (k): 10^3

mega- (M): 10^6

giga- (G): 10^9

tera- (T): 10^12

peta- (P): 10^15

exa- (E): 10^18

These prefixes can be applied to any of the basic SI units, such as meter, gram, or second, to create multiples or submultiples of those units. For example, a kilometer is 1000 meters, a megawatt is 1 million watts, and a picosecond is one trillionth of a second.

Using SI prefixes can make it easier to work with very large or very small values, and they are widely used in fields such as science, engineering, and technology.

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