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TUTORIAL 1 - LESSON 1 INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICS
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Chapter 1 – Introduction to Physics
1
Which one of the following is
not
a base quantity?
A
Length
B
Weight
C
Current
D
Time
2
Which one of the following is
not
a baseunit?
A
Celsius
B
Ampere
C
Kilogram
D
Second
3
All derived quantities can be derived from basequantities by
A
B
addition operation or subtraction operation or both
C
multiplication operation or division operation
D
multiplication operation or division operation or both
4
The S.I. base unit for mass is
A
gram
B
miligram
C
kilogram
D
mikrogram
5
Which one of the base quantities is not involve in force?
A
Length
B
Time
C
Temperature
D
Mass
6
Which of the derived quantities is the combination of a base quantities only?
A
Force
B
Volume
C
Acceleration
7
Which one of the following pairs of derived quantities is true?
A
Work and mass
B
Force and current
C
Pressure and temperature
D
Weight and potential difference
8
Which of the following physical quantities is abase quantity
A
The weight of an astronaut on the Moon’s surface is 10 N.
B
The velocity of a cyclist rides a bicycle is 70 km h
-1
C
The perimeter of a field is 380 m
D
The power of a lamp is 60 W.
9
Which one of the base quantities is
not
involve in acceleration?
A
Length
B
Mass
C
Time
10
Which one of the following apparatus is notbe used to measure the density of a metal cube?
A
Ruler
B
Stop watch
C
Triple beam balance
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TUTORIAL

Chapter 1 – Introduction to Physics
11
Which one of the following derived quantities contains length and time only?
A
Velocity
B
Momentum
C
Force
D
Pressure
12
Which one of the following is true?Physicalquantity Type of physicalquantityS.I. Unit
A
MomentumDerived quantityKg m s-
2
B
TemperatureBase quantity
o
C
C
WorkDerived quantitykg m
2
s-
2
D
AreaBase quantitym
2
13
The kinetic energy of a moving object is given by
E = ½ m v
2

where
m
= mass and
v
= velocity. The number of the base quantitiesinvolve in the kinetic energy ,
E
is
A
1
B
2
C
3
14
Which of the following pairs of physical quantities and S.I. units is true? Physicalquantity S.I. unit
A
Areafoot squared
B
WeightKilogram
C
PowerJoules per minute
D
DensityKilograms per metre cubed
15
Which one of the following is true?
A
The S.I. units of charge is A s
B
The S.I. units of volume is cm
3
C
The S.I. units of velocity is km j
- 1

D
The S.I. units of acceleration is cm s
- 2
16
A physical quantity is given by
M = ¾ e d
2
where the unit of
e
is unit kilogram and the unit of
d
is metre. The units of
M
are
A
kg
2
m
B
kg
- 2
m
C
kg m
2
D
kg m
- 2
17
The period of oscillation for an inertial balance is given by
T
2
= k m
where
T
= The period of oscillation and the unit is s ,
m
= Mass and the unit is kg
= constant
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Chapter 1 – Introduction to Physics
The units of
are
A
kg s
2
B
kg
- 1
s
2
C
kg s
D
kg
- 2
s
-1

18
Which of the following quantity is a scalar quantity.
A
Weight
B
Volume
C
Force
D
Acceleration
19
Which of the following quantity is a vector quantity.
A
Work
B
Power
C
Velocity
D
Distance
20
Which one of the following pairs of vector quantities is true?
A
Impulse and area
B
Power and pressure
C
Weight andvelocity
21
(a)The current flows through a metal conductor is defined by the equation
current = chargetime
Based on the equation, which of the quantities above are(i) base quantities......................................................................................................................(ii) derived quantities.......................................................................................................................(b)What are the S.I.units of charge?...............................................................................................................................
22
The power of a student to run up a stair is given by the equation
Power = force X displacementtime
(a)State the base quantities contain in the equation above.................................................................................................................................
b)
State the power in term of base quantities...................................................................................................................................
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