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The students are able to : 1. explain the meaning of Fundamental Quantities and Derived Quantities 2. mention 3 examples of Fundamental Quantities and Derived Quantities and its unit 3. mention quantities which are arrange Derived quantities

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A quantitiy which can be measured is called a physical quantity. (e.g. velocity, mass, length, force, weigth, time, etc) The quantity which can not be measured is not physical quantity. (e.g., funy, love, feeling, taste, happiness, afraid, collision, sadness etc) Conclusion, Physical quantity is something which can be measured and it has a unit.

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Physical quantities divided into: 1. Fundamental quantities 2. Derived quantities

1.Fundamental Quantities Fundamental quantities are quantities which conventionally established by International conference on weight and measurement.
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The seven fundamental quantities are shown in the table below:

Fundamental Quantities
Length Mass Time Electric current Temperature Amount of subtance Luminous Intensity

SI Unit
meter kilogram second Ampere Kelvin mol candela

Symbol
m kg s A K mol cd

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2. The

derived quantities are made of the fundamental quantities For example:

The physical quantity of velocity is derived from Fundamental quantities namely length and time. The formula is given: where S = distance (length) (m) t = time (s) v = velocity (m/s)

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SUMMARY 1. Fundamental quantities are quantities which conventionally established by the International conference on weight and measurement. For example, length in meter,mass in kilogram, and time in second. 2. The Derived quantities are made of the fundamental quantities. For example, volum unit is cubic meter (m3) arranged from fundamental quantity lentgh, velocity unit is meter/second (m/s) arranged from fundamental quantities length and time, density unit is kilogram/cubic meter arranged from fundamental quantities mass and length.

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1. Explain, what is the meaning of fundamental quantities? 2. Mention 3 examples of fundamental quantities and its units. 3. Explain, what is the meaning of derived quantities? 4. Mention 3 examples of derived quantities and its units. 5. Mention quantities are arrange derived quantities below: a. Area b. Volume c. Density

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