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Which of the following is NOT a fundamental unit, but a derived unit?
1. Kelvin
2. Watt
3. Metre
4. Kilogram

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Correct Answer - Option 2 : Watt
Fundamental Quantities
Quantities S.I unit
Mass  Kilogram(kg)
Length meter(m)
Time second(s)
Amount of Substance Mole(mol)
Temperature Kelvin(K)
Electric Current Ampere(A)
Luminous intensity Candela(cd)
Supplementary Quantities
Plane angle  radian(rad)
Solid angle steradian(Sr)
Derived Quantities
Force Newton(N)
Work Joule(J)
Pressure Pascal(Pa)
Power Watt(W)

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