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I expressed second in terms of meter and kilogram. For doing this I used:

For expressing second in meters:

1s¹ = c = 299792458 m

For expressing second in kilograms:

1s¹ = c³/G = 299792458³/0,0000000000667421 =

= 403703246037718000000000000000000000 kg

How to express ampere, Kelvin, mole and candela in terms of second-derived units, as sketched below?

I know dimension of these seven SI base units in geometrized units as follows:

D ³ →

D ² →

D ¹ → length, mass, time

D º → current, amount of substance, luminous intensity

Dˉ¹ → temperature

Dˉ² →

Dˉ³ →

I got this dimensional analysis by further distilling ST spacetime units from LUFE Matrix from here: http://www.brooksdesign-cg.com/Code/Html/Lm/LMqtySI.htm [Broken] into single geometrized D unit of distance (and its derivatives) along any of timespace dimensions as follows:

|Dˉ³|Dˉ²|Dˉ¹|Dº|D¹|D²|D³| ←D matrix that is simplified version of LUFE matrix

I want to obtain following result:

1sº = ¿ = ? A

1sˉ¹ = ¿ = ? K

1sº = ¿ = ? mol

1sº = ¿ = ? cd

¿ symbol denotes unknown converting formula with constants

? symbol denotes unknown result in target units

Which converting formulas and constants (not rounded, but exact values) use to express these second-derived units in terms of ampere, kelvin, mole and candela?

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# Expressing second and its derivatives in terms of seven SI base units

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