What are the derived physical quantities

In this video we will talk about what are the derived physical quantities. These magnitudes, as the word says, are derived from the fundamental physical quantities.

In the video I will explain what are these magnitudes, what is its definition, what are the units used to measure them and especially what are the units we use from the international system.

The derived physical quantities are as follows:

• surface: is a length multiplied by another length. International system unit: square meter (m²)
• volume: is a longitude multiplied by another longitude multiplied by another longitude. International system unit: cubic meter (m³)
• velocity: is the length divided by the time. International system unit: meter per second (m / s)
• density: is the mass divided by the volume. International system unit: kilogram per cubic meter (kg / m³)

In the video I explain these magnitudes in more detail. In addition, you can practice what you have learned in this video if you do the printable exercises with their solutions that I have left you on the web.

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