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Hi all!

I came across 2 questions on my course work, and i don't know what is required here, can some one help please?

Q.1 Define the common derived units of the following physical quantities; and express them in terms of the base units: Mass, Length, Time and Electric charge (or Electric current);

Force, Velocity, Acceleration, Energy, Density, Pressure, Power, Momentum, Speed

Q.2 Define the common derived units of the following physical quantities:

P = mv - P = Kg.L/T

EK = ½ mv2 - EK = ½.Kg.(m/s)

Ep = mgh - Ep = Kg.m/s

v2 = u2 + 2as. - (m/s)

S = ut + ½ at2 - m/s.s = m/s.s.s+½.m/s

P = w/t - P = Kg.m/s

F = ma - F = Kg.m/s

t = t’/√(1 – (v2/c2)) no idea

Thank you for your help

I came across 2 questions on my course work, and i don't know what is required here, can some one help please?

Q.1 Define the common derived units of the following physical quantities; and express them in terms of the base units: Mass, Length, Time and Electric charge (or Electric current);

Force, Velocity, Acceleration, Energy, Density, Pressure, Power, Momentum, Speed

Q.2 Define the common derived units of the following physical quantities:

P = mv - P = Kg.L/T

EK = ½ mv2 - EK = ½.Kg.(m/s)

^{2}Ep = mgh - Ep = Kg.m/s

^{2}.m/s.sv2 = u2 + 2as. - (m/s)

^{2}= (m/s)^{2}+2.m/s^{2}.m/s.sS = ut + ½ at2 - m/s.s = m/s.s.s+½.m/s

^{2}.s^{2}P = w/t - P = Kg.m/s

^{2}.sF = ma - F = Kg.m/s

^{2}t = t’/√(1 – (v2/c2)) no idea

Thank you for your help

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