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Physics / Measurement of Basic Elements

Physics / Measurement of Basic Elements

In everyday life, measurements are often necessary. 
For instance,

  • the amount of cloth required for a dress,
  • the weight of grocery and vegetables to be bought,
  • the amount of sugar needed for a cup of tea or amount of petrol to fill in a car are all measured.

Every measurement involves a number and a unit.
e.g. Assume that your classroom measures 10 meters in length. The number here is 10 and the unit is meter.

Learn about the following

  • SI units, fundamental and derived units.
  • Understand the concepts of length, area and volume.
    • Length refers to the distance between any two points or places.
    • The amount of surface occupied by an object or a place is called its area.
    • The space occupied by an object is called its volume
    • Learn to measure these physical quantities.
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  • Measurements - SmartTest

    A SmartTest on Measurements

    • Accessed by: 913 Students
    • Average Time: 00:06:37
    • Average Score: 70.75
    • Questions: 76
    • Introduction to measurement
    • Need for measurement
    • Standard units
    • Measurement of length
    • Measurement of area
    • Measurement of volume
    • Thermometer - Parts & its Uses
    • Measurement of mass
    • Measurement of time
    • Measurement of temperature - types of thermometers
    • Rules for writing the units and their symbols
    • Review of measurement

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