Wednesday, January 1, 2020

Fundamental, Derived quantity, units and dimensions

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fundamental quantity and derived quantity

Fundamental Quantity
In Physics and general science, fundamental quantities are base/physical quantities independent of all other quantities. They are measured in base or fundamental units. Length (L), Mass (M), Temperature (K), Mole (Amount of substance) (mol), current (Ampere), Luminous intensity (Candela).

Derived Quantity
In physics and general science, derived quantities are quantities that are dependent on fundamental quantities and are measured by the simple and easy combination of fundamental quantities. Some  Examples are: Electromotive force (EMF), density, volume, momentum, Area and so on.

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