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PHYSICAL QUANTITIES AND MEASUREMENT

OBJECTIVE
To obtain derived quantities from base quantities.

INFERENCES
1. Base quantities are the quantities that cannot be defined in terms of
other quantities.
2. Derived quantities are physical quantities derived from the base
quantities through multiplication, division or both.
3. Density of substance,
4. Relative Density,
HYPOTHESIS
1. Measuring physical quantities precisely.
2. Differentiate between base and derived quantities.
EXPERIMENT 1a
APPARATUS

LABEL
Wooden block

Vernie calliper
Beam balance/electronic balance

PROCEDURES

DIAGRAM

1. Dimension of the wooden block was measured by using Vernier


Calliper.
2. Weight the mass of the wooden block was took by using Beam Balance
and electronic balance
3. Record all the data in the TABLE 1.0
REASULT
DIMENSION
Height, h
Width, w
length,
Mass, m
Volume, v
Density,
Relative density, r

READING
2.7cm
0.27m
5cm
0.05m
7cm
0.07m
99.1g
0.0991kg
94.5cm
0.094510 m
1.05g/cm
1.05Kg/m
1.05
1.05

EXPERIMENT 1b
APPARATUS
LABEL

DIAGRAM

Glass rod

Micrometer screw gauge/vernier


calliper
Beam balance/electronic balance

ruler

PROCEDURES
1. Dimension of the glass was measured by using micrometer screw gauge .
2. All the data were recorded in table 2.0.
REASULT
TABLE 2.0
DIMENSION
Diameter, D
Length,
Mass, m
Volume, v
Density,
Relative Density, r

READING
7.15cm
0.0715m
15cm
0.15m
13.3g
0.0133kg
602.27cm
6.02310m
2.20810g/cm
2.20810Kg/m
2.20810
2.20810

QUESTION
State the precautionary steps to avoid errors in the experiment

Read a measured with carefully.

There must learn how to using tools such as micrometer screw


and electronic balance.
Wrote the calculation accurately and arranged.
While did the experiment they must arrange the items tidy so
that ,the experiment will completed.

CONCLUSION

By observing the measuring of these experiments, we took a data to obtain


derived quantities from base quantities. Base quantities means it cannot be
defined by other quantities, instead derived quantities obtained by combined
with other base quantities. We had done two experiments and took a note
from it such as measure the dimension of the wooden block, weight the mass
of the wooden block and measure the dimension of the glass. Then, all the
recorded we wrote on table. From the results we found the similarity between
the base quantities centimeter and meter. Where, it showed us the
calculation of relative density were same. But, during these experiments we
had made some errors, such as error of calculation and make mistook to
measure it. So, the lessons that we got from these experiments were we
should more be carefully and focus during did the experiment, so that there
have no mistake when write a data.

CALCULATION EXPERIMENT 1A

DIMENSION

READING

Height, h
Width, w
Length,
Mass, m
Volume, v

2.7 cm
5cm
7cm
99.1g
(1.05 )2
[
]7 =94.5
V=
4

Density,

99.1g/94.5cm=1.05

Relative
Density, r

1.05/1=1.05

0.027m
0.05m
0.07m
0.o991
V=

( 1.05 10 3 )
7=0.0945 10
4

0.0991/0.094510=1.0
510
1.0510/1000=1.05

CALCULATION EXPERIMENT 1B

DIMENSI
ON
Diameter
,D

READING
7.15cm

0.0715

Length,
Mass, m
Volume,
v

15cm
13.3g
( 7.15 )
15 = 602.27 cm
V
4

0.15cm
0.0133kg
V=[ (0.0715 15)/4 =6.02310

Density,

Relative
Density,
r

13.3g/602.27cm=2.2081
0g/cm
2.20810/1=2.20810

0.0133kg/6.02310=2.20810k
g/m
2.20810/1=2.20810

ANALYSIS
Derived quantities such as, centimeter with gram and meter with kilogram.
From the data, we calculated it to get volume, density and relative density. At
the final calculation (relative density), we had found a same value between
two group derived quantities. Where, the data showed very strange result.

How it could be same? In our observation, both of the density data were
divided by particular number, for example 94.5 cm divide by 1 and
0.094510 m by 1000. Actually the calculation wants to show us
relationship between these experiments to obtain derived quantities from
base quantities.Table above had shown the results of between two
experiments. It separated in two group

ERROR ANALYSIS

While conducted these experiments, we have got some errors. The obvious
mistook was calculation. Even though, we forgot to write a zero number for
example 0.07m, we wrote 0.7m. It could affect the whole of calculation and
the result absolutely false. Besides that, the calculation we make, was not
accurate because we used informal calculator such as finger and did a
manual calculate at paper. To avoid all these errors, we have discussed to
use electronic calculator, so that the calculation and the result of the
experiments we did were definitely correct

MALAYSIAN POLYTECHNIC
MATHEMATICS, SCIENCE AND COMPUTER DEPARTMENT
BB 101 ENGINEERING SCIENCE

LAB REPORT
EXPERIMENT 1
NAME OF
MEMBERS

NAME
MATRIX NO
MUHAMAD AZAMUDDIN
14DKM13F1003
B.ASZIMAN
MUHAMAD NORFARHAN
14DKM13F1007
B.AZHAR
MUHAMMAD NAZIRUL
14DKM13F1009
B.MD.YAZID
MUHAMAD FIRDAUS B.RAHMAT
14DKM13F1018
MUHAMMAD NAJIB BIN ADENAN
14DKM13F1028
HARIS BIN MOHD FUAD
14DKM13F1017
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LECTURERS
NAME
DATE OF
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COMMENTS
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MATHEMATICS, SCIENCE AND COMPUTER DEPARTMENT
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