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1- Fundamental Units

1- Derived Units

1- Accuracy

1- Precision

seven basic units of the SI measurement system: kilogram, seco…

units that are combinations of fundamental units. These combin…

An indication of how close a measurement is to the accepted va…

An indication of the agreement among a number of measurements…

1- Fundamental Units

seven basic units of the SI measurement system: kilogram, seco…

1- Derived Units

units that are combinations of fundamental units. These combin…

Displacement

Velocity

Speed

Acceleration

Position of an object relative to its starting position.

Rate of change of displacement.

Rate of change of distance.

Rate of change of velocity.

Displacement

Position of an object relative to its starting position.

Velocity

Rate of change of displacement.

1- Fundamental Units

1- Derived Units

1- Accuracy

1- Precision

seven basic units of the SI measurement system: kilogram, seco…

units that are combinations of fundamental units. These combin…

An indication of how close a measurement is to the accepted va…

An indication of the agreement among a number of measurements…

1- Fundamental Units

seven basic units of the SI measurement system: kilogram, seco…

1- Derived Units

units that are combinations of fundamental units. These combin…

3. Accuracy

4. Precision

5. Random Uncertainty

6. Systematic Error

An indication of how close a measurement is to the accepted va…

An indication of the agreement among a number of measurements…

An uncertainty produced by unknown and unpredictable variation…

An error associated with a particular instrument or experiment…

3. Accuracy

An indication of how close a measurement is to the accepted va…

4. Precision

An indication of the agreement among a number of measurements…

1. Fundamental Units

2. Derived Units

3. Accuracy

4. Precision

seven basic units of the SI measurement system: kilogram, seco…

units that are combinations of fundamental units. These combin…

An indication of how close a measurement is to the accepted va…

An indication of the agreement among a number of measurements…

1. Fundamental Units

seven basic units of the SI measurement system: kilogram, seco…

2. Derived Units

units that are combinations of fundamental units. These combin…

Newton's second law equation

Newton's 3rd Law

Translation

Rotation

F = m * A

When two bodies A and B interact, the force that A exerts on B…

The motion of an object when it's center of mass moves to a ne…

The motion of an object the object spins on it's own center of…

Newton's second law equation

F = m * A

Newton's 3rd Law

When two bodies A and B interact, the force that A exerts on B…

Absolute Temperature

Internal Energy

Specific Heat Capacity

Specific Latent Heat

0K, the temperature at which all matter has minimum KE and 273…

Total of potential energy and random kinetic energy of all par…

Energy required to raise 1kg of a substance by 1K

Energy required to achieve a phase change

Absolute Temperature

0K, the temperature at which all matter has minimum KE and 273…

Internal Energy

Total of potential energy and random kinetic energy of all par…

Superposition

Polariser

Reflection

Refraction

When two or more waves of the same type arrive at a given poin…

A sheet of material with a molecular structure that only allow…

The angle of incidence i (angle between the ray and the normal…

The travel of light from one medium into another where it has…

Superposition

When two or more waves of the same type arrive at a given poin…

Polariser

A sheet of material with a molecular structure that only allow…

Uncertainty

Systematic Error

Random Error

Accuracy

A bias or flaw in perception when using a measurement instrume…

Errors that consistently throw measurements off in the same wa…

Errors that affect the reading at random

Hitting the center or expected spot, when systematic error is…

Uncertainty

A bias or flaw in perception when using a measurement instrume…

Systematic Error

Errors that consistently throw measurements off in the same wa…

Order of magnitude

Quantity

Systematic error (uncertainty)

Random uncertainty (error)

The power of magnitude of a value is the order of 10 when the…

something that can be expressed in a magnitude (value) with a…

An error that occurs on all measurements

An unpredictable and largely uncontrollable uncertainty, which…

Order of magnitude

The power of magnitude of a value is the order of 10 when the…

Quantity

something that can be expressed in a magnitude (value) with a…

absolute uncertainty

quark

lepton

hadron

a direct statement of the confidence limits of a reading

an elementary particle making up nucleons (and hadrons) appear…

A lepton is an elementary that does not undergo strong interac…

A particle made of up quarks

absolute uncertainty

a direct statement of the confidence limits of a reading

quark

an elementary particle making up nucleons (and hadrons) appear…

Superposition

Polariser

Reflection

Refraction

When two or more waves of the same type arrive at a given poin…

A sheet of material with a molecular structure that only allow…

The angle of incidence i (angle between the ray and the normal…

The travel of light from one medium into another where it has…

Superposition

When two or more waves of the same type arrive at a given poin…

Polariser

A sheet of material with a molecular structure that only allow…

3. Accuracy

4. Precision

5. Random Uncertainty

6. Systematic Error

An indication of how close a measurement is to the accepted va…

An indication of the agreement among a number of measurements…

An uncertainty produced by unknown and unpredictable variation…

An error associated with a particular instrument or experiment…

3. Accuracy

An indication of how close a measurement is to the accepted va…

4. Precision

An indication of the agreement among a number of measurements…

3. Accuracy

4. Precision

5. Random Uncertainty

6. Systematic Error

An indication of how close a measurement is to the accepted va…

An indication of the agreement among a number of measurements…

An uncertainty produced by unknown and unpredictable variation…

An error associated with a particular instrument or experiment…

3. Accuracy

An indication of how close a measurement is to the accepted va…

4. Precision

An indication of the agreement among a number of measurements…

Ideal fluids are

Bernoulli principal

Bernoullis principle is another way of…

Viscosity is

Incompressible, Non-vsicous, Non-turbulent

as speed of a fluid increases, either pressure or potential en…

conservation of energy

thickness or thinness of a fluid based on internal friction

Ideal fluids are

Incompressible, Non-vsicous, Non-turbulent

Bernoulli principal

as speed of a fluid increases, either pressure or potential en…

thermal equilibrium

temperature

absolute temperature

interal energy

state of same temperature

scalar quantity, measured in Celsius/kelvin

zero kelvin at absolute zero (temp at which all matter has min…

the total of the potential energy and the random KE of all of…

thermal equilibrium

state of same temperature

temperature

scalar quantity, measured in Celsius/kelvin

Thermal Equilibrium

Kinetic Theory

Internal Energy

Temperature

When two objects reach the same temperature

Theory that particles are constantly in random motion

Total random kinetic energy plus total potential energy

Average kinetic energy of the molecules in a substance

Thermal Equilibrium

When two objects reach the same temperature

Kinetic Theory

Theory that particles are constantly in random motion

What are the S.I. fundamental units?

PRECISION

ACCURACY

PROPORTIONAL

kilogram, metre, second, ampere, mole, Kelvin

the closeness of all the results agreeing with one another

how close the results appear to be to the true or accepted val…

When two quantities plotted on a graph produce a straight line…

What are the S.I. fundamental units?

kilogram, metre, second, ampere, mole, Kelvin

PRECISION

the closeness of all the results agreeing with one another

Vector

Scalar

Force

Newton's I Law

Quantities with magnitude & direction

Quantities with just magnitude

A push or a pull (Tension, Normal, Gravitational Force, Fricti…

A body will remain at rest or moving with constant velocity un…

Vector

Quantities with magnitude & direction

Scalar

Quantities with just magnitude

State the equation relating energy, mas…

Define nuclear binding energy

Define Unified mass unit

Define mass defect

The energy required to assemble / separate a nucleus from its…

1/12th the mass of a carbon-12 nucleus

Difference between mass of nucleus... and total mass of separate…

State the equation relating energy, mas…

Define nuclear binding energy

The energy required to assemble / separate a nucleus from its…

Displacement

Velocity

Speed

Acceleration

Position of an object relative to its starting position.

Rate of change of displacement.

Rate of change of distance.

Rate of change of velocity.

Displacement

Position of an object relative to its starting position.

Velocity

Rate of change of displacement.

Vector

Scalar

Average velocity

Average speed

A quantity that has magnitude and direction.

A quantity that has magnitude only.

A vector quantity calculated using displacement per unit of ti…

A scalar quantity calculated using distance per unit of time (…

Vector

A quantity that has magnitude and direction.

Scalar

A quantity that has magnitude only.