Posted by **christ** on Monday, January 28, 2013 at 3:35am.

1 Physical quantities such as length, mass, time and temperature are referred to as

vector quantities

fundamental quantities

scalar quantities

derived quantities

2 The following are examples of vector quantities except

displacment

velocity

accleration

speed

3 The addition of two vectors and gives a third vector known as the --------------of the two vectors

resultant

sum

distance

displacement

4 If two vectors are represented by two adjacent sides of a parallelogram the resultant is represented in _________ and _________.

triangle and rectangle

magnitude and dierction

parallel and perpendicular

scalar and vector

5 The following are examples of derived units except

juoles

coulomb

ampere

newton

6 The derived unit of momentum is

Ns

J\S

N\S

Nms

7 The dimension of power is

ML−2T2

ML2T−2

MLT−2

ML2T−3

8 The following is a fundamental unit except.

kelvin

newton

radian

seconds

9 The Watt is the same as.@

Nms−1

Js

Kgm2s−2

Ns

10 which of the following is a set of vectors?

velocity and volume

weight and displacement

density and distance

mass and force

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