Why Do Scientists Use SI Rather Than the System of Measurement Adopted for Use in Their Own Country?

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Scientists use SI rather than the system of measurement adopted for use in their own country because it is the standard metric system used around the world. Scientists can use this system internationally, and can convert it using international guidelines.
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The entire scientific community uses SI. That way they can compare results with scientists all around the world.
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