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Author Topic: [Physics 2] Measurement And Their Units (Solutions)  (Read 53291 times)

Offline Mr. Babatunde

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1. ______ Is used to measure mass directly in Kilogram.

A. Lever balance ✔
B. Spring balance
C. Beam balance
D. Chemical balance

2. ______ Is used to measure short intervals of time accurately.

A. Stopwatch
B. Ticker-tape timer ✔
C. Sand-clock
D. Water clock

3. _______ Is used to measure the wight of an object.

A. Beam balance
B. Spring balance ✔
C. Lever balance
D. Chemical balance

4. ________ Is an instrument used to determine the time used either in laboratory or on the field during sporting activities.

A. Timer
B. Stop watch or Clock ✔
C. Ticker tape
D. Sand clock

5. ________ Is an instrument which is mostly used in the laboratory to measure time.

A. Heart beat
B. Venier callipers
C. Water clock
D. Simple pendulum ✔

6. _________ Is not one of the example of fundamental quantities.

A. Velocity ✔
B. Temperature
C. Current
D. Mass

7. _________ Is not one of the example of derived quantities.

A. Velocity
B. Acceleration
C. Length ✔
D. Force

8. _________ Is used to measure in metres and centimetres.

A. Venier scale ✔
B. Metre rule
C. Micro screw guage
D. Length

9. _________ Is used to measure in centimetres and millimetres.

A. Venier scale
B. Metre rule ✔
C. Micro screw guage
D. Tape rule

10. _________ Is one of the fundamental units frequently used in physic.

A. Volume
B. Current ✔
C. Speed
D. Density

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