Pressure Units

What are the base SI units for pressure?

Hint
Pressure is a force applied perpendicularly over an area. The unit for pressure is a pascal (Pa).
$$$Pressure=\frac{Force}{Area}$$$
Hint 2
A pascal is:
$$$1\:Pa=1\:\frac{N}{m^2}$$$
where $$N$$ is newton, and $$m$$ is meter.
Pressure is a force applied perpendicularly over an area. The unit for pressure is a pascal (Pa), which is one newton (N) per square meter.
$$$1\:Pa=1\:\frac{N}{m^2}$$$
A newton is a unit of force, which is described in the following SI base units:
$$$\frac{m\cdot kg}{s^{2}}$$$
Combining all units together:
$$$Pa=\frac{N}{m^2}=\frac{kg}{m\cdot s^2}$$$
$$$\frac{kg}{m\cdot s^2}$$$