Torque Units

What are the base SI units for torque?

Expand Hint
Torque (also called moment or couple) is the rotational equivalent of a linear force. It is the force that tends to produce torsion around an axis.
$$$\tau = r \times F$$$
where $$F$$ is the force, $$\tau$$ is the torque, and $$r$$ is the distance between where the force is applied and where the torque is measured.
Hint 2
The SI unit for torque is N∙m.
Torque (also called moment or couple) is the rotational equivalent of a linear force. It is the force that tends to produce torsion around an axis.
$$$\tau = r \times F$$$
where $$F$$ is the force, $$\tau$$ is the torque, and $$r$$ is the distance between where the force is applied and where the torque is measured. The SI unit for torque is N∙m.

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:
$$$\frac{m^2\cdot kg}{s^{2}}$$$
$$$\frac{m^2\cdot kg}{s^{2}}$$$