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Physical Quantities and Units As/A Level Physics @ferrytanoto
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Physical Quantity Is a feature of something which can be measured, e.g. length, weight, or time of fall. Every physical quantity has a numerical value (magnitude) and a unit, e.g. 25 m is the physical quantity of length; 25 is the magnitude and metre is the unit.
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Unit Conversion for Areas and Volumes Length 1 mm = 10-3m Areas Squaring both sides 1 mm2 = (10-3)2 m2 = 10-6 m2 Volume Cubing both sides 1 mm3 = (10-3)3 m3 = 10-9 m3
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Derived Units consists of some combination of the base units. The base units may be multiplied together or divided by one another, but never added or subtracted
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Vector Representation One way to represent a vector is by means of an arrow. The directionof the arrow is the directionof the vector quantity. The lengthof the arrow, drawn to scale, represents its magnitude.
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Addition of Vectors The combined effect of two (or more) vectors is called the resultant. Coplanar (all in the same plane) vectors may be added (or subtracted) using a vector diagram. The resultant may be found using a scale drawing of the vector diagram of by calculation.
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Resolution of Vectors A single vector may be divided into two separate components. The dividing of a vector into components is known as the resolution of the vector. In general, a vector is resolved into two components at right-angles to each other.
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