fundamental and derived quantity and unit

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Okoroafor Stephen asked 1 year ago

 

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StopLearn Team Staff answered 1 year ago

QUATITY
DERIVATION
UNIT

Area
Length × breadth
M2

Volume
Length × breadth x height
M3

Density
Mass/volume
Kgm-3

Velocity
Displacement/time
Ms-1

Acceleration
change in velocity/time
Ms-2

Weight
Mass x acceleration due gravity
Newton (N)

Momentum
Mass x velocity
Newton second (Ns)

Pressure
Force/ area
Pascal or Nm-2

Energy or work
Force X distance
Joule (j) or Ns

Power
Work/time
Watt (w) or js-1 Or NmS-1

 
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