• Shuffle
Toggle On
Toggle Off
• Alphabetize
Toggle On
Toggle Off
• Front First
Toggle On
Toggle Off
• Both Sides
Toggle On
Toggle Off
Toggle On
Toggle Off
Front

Right/Left arrow keys: Navigate between flashcards.right arrow keyleft arrow key

Up/Down arrow keys: Flip the card between the front and back.down keyup key

H key: Show hint (3rd side).h key

A key: Read text to speech.a key

Play button

Play button

Progress

1/29

Click to flip

29 Cards in this Set

• Front
• Back
 What is Physics? Physics is the study of matter and energy. What is Matter? Matter is anything that takes up space and has mass. What is weight? The pull of gravity on the mass of a body. What is energy? Energy is the ability to do work. What is the Scientific Method? The combination of activities in which scientists engage in order ot achieve the understanding they seek. What are the 6 steps in the Scientific Method? 1) Define the problem 2) Observation 3) Make hypothesis 4) Experimentation 5) Conclusion/develop theroy 6) Communication. D.O.M.E.C.C.=Defining observations makes experiments conclusivly clear. What is measurement? A comparison of an unkown quantity with a known quantiy that is accepted as a standard. Fundamental Quantities Fundamental quantities are quantities that cannot be obtained from the combination of any other quantities. They are the basic quantities. Mass symbol:M Unit :Kilogram symbol:Kg Length symbol:L Unit :Meter symbol:M Time symbol:T Unit : Second symbol: S Temperature symbol:O Unit :Degree celsius symbol:oC ? symbol: T Unit : K symbol: K Electric current symbol:I Unit : Ampere symbol: A What is a derived quanity? A quantity that is obtained by the combination of some basic quanitites. Area A Square metre M2 Volume V Cubic metre M3 Density P Kilogram/cubic Kg/m-3 Velocity v metre per second MS-1 Acceleration a metre per second Ms-2 Force F Newton N Pressure P Pascal Pa Energy E Joule J Work W Joule J Frequency f Hertz Hz Electric charge Q coulomb C Resistance R Ohm can not put in symbol here..learn on your own. Potenical difference V volt V What is a dimensionless quantity? A quantity that has no unit of measurement but is represented by a number only. Eg. relative density.