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State the units for intensity using only fundamental units?

Why do scientists prefer the SI units over the old English system of measurement?

What are the main characteristics of SI units?

Define fundamental units.

What physical quantity does the electron volt (eV) measure? How is it related to the S.I. unit of that quantity?

What are fundamental units?

A Tesla is equivalent to a

(A) Newton per coulomb

(B) Newton per ampere -meter

(C) Ampere per newton

(D) Newton per ampere-second

(A) Newton per coulomb

(B) Newton per ampere -meter

(C) Ampere per newton

(D) Newton per ampere-second

The SI unit of specific latent heat is:

A. $J.k{{g}^{-1}}{{K}^{-1}}$

B. ${{J}^{0}}{{K}^{-1}}$

C. $J.k{{g}^{-1}}$

D. $J.kg.{{K}^{-1}}$

A. $J.k{{g}^{-1}}{{K}^{-1}}$

B. ${{J}^{0}}{{K}^{-1}}$

C. $J.k{{g}^{-1}}$

D. $J.kg.{{K}^{-1}}$

A unitless quantity

A) Always has non-zero dimension

B) never has a non-zero dimension

C) Does not exist

D) None of these

A) Always has non-zero dimension

B) never has a non-zero dimension

C) Does not exist

D) None of these

Write the SI unit of three fundamental units.

Find the value of $100 J$ on a system which has $20 cm$, $250 g$ and half minute as fundamental units of length, mass and time.

Why ${{m}^{2}}$ is a derived quantity while m is a fundamental quantity and why $kmole$ is a fundamental quantity?

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