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Grade: 7
        
can u explain me about fundamental physical quaantity
 
one year ago

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Arun
23742 Points
							
Fundamental Physical Quantity. Examples- mass, length, time, electric current, temperature, luminous intensity and amount of substance. All other quantities are expressed in terms of these quantities.
one year ago
Ritthy
17 Points
							
Fundamental Physical Quantities :
        The quantities which are independent of other quantities (i.e they don't depend on other quantities) are known as Fundamental Quantities.
        There are 7 fundamental quantities.
They are :
Length,Mass,Temperature,Luminance intensity,Amount of substance, and Electric current.
      Other quantities are derived from these fundamental quantities.
one year ago
REENU SIVADARSHINI.M
116 Points
							
FUNDAMENTAL PHYSICAL QUANTITIES
* LENGTH  [m]
*MASS [kg]
*TIME  [s]
*TEMPERATURE [K]
*AMOUNT OF SUBSTANCE [mol]
*LUMINOUS INTENSITY[cd]
*ELECTRIC CURRENT [A]
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