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Physics: Quantities And Their Units

CSEC PHYSICS


DENSITY= MASS DIVIDED BY VOLUME (MEASURED IN KILOGRAMS PER METRE CUBED)

MASS= DENSITY MULTIPLIED BY VOLUME (MEASURED IN KILOGRAMS)

WEIGHT= MASS MULTIPLIED BY GRAVITATIONAL PULL (MEASURED IN NEWTONS)

ACCELERATION= CHANGE IN VELOCITY DIVIDED BY CHANGE IN TIME (MEASURED IN METRES PER SECOND SQUARED)

VOLUME= LENGTH MULTIPLIED BY WIDTH MULTIPLIED BY HEIGHT (MEASURED IN METRES CUBED)

FORCE= MASS MULTIPLIED BY ACCELERATION (MEASURED IN NEWTONS)

PRESSURE= FORCE DIVIDED BY AREA (MEASURED IN PASCALS)

WORK= FORCE MULTIPLIED BY DISTANCE (MEASURED IN JOULES)


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