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1. Which pair of quantities does not contain a vector and a scalar?
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2. Which of these quantities is not measured in an SI base unit?
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3. Which equation shows a scalar quantity as the product of two vector quantities?
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4. Which of the following is a scalar quantity?
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5. Which of the following units could be used for power?
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6. Which set of quantities is all scalar?
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7. A student takes measurements for a piece of copper wire. Mass 0.00500 kg; Length 3.36m; Diameter 0.00046m; The student uses these values to calculate a value for the density of the copper. The correctly calculated value of density is shown on the students calculator as 8954.166841 The student should state the density as....
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8. In which of the following is a vector fully described?
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9. Which of the following is a correct statement?
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10. The main component of a newton meter is a calibrated spring. The newton meter is to be used over a greater range of forces. Which of the following should be increased to allow this?
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11. Which statement about scalar and vector quantities is correct?
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12. Which of the following is a unit equivalent to the pascal?
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13. Which of the following is not a unit of energy?
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14. Which of the following is a vector quantity?
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15. Which of the following is a scalar quantity?
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16. Which of the following is not a SI base quantity?
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17. Which of these units is the same as the Newton?
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18. Which of the following is a derived SI quantity?
Question 19 of 20
19. Which of the following is a possible unit for rate of change of momentum?
Question 20 of 20
20. A correct unit for radiant energy flux is:
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