Physics
ASSERTION

The SI unit of volume is $m^3$.

REASON

Volume is a derived quantity of length.

Both Assertion and Reason are correct and Reason is the correct explanation for Assertion

SOLUTION
The SI unit of volume is $m^3$ because volume is a derived quantity of length.

You're just one step away

Assertion & Reason Medium Published on 18th 08, 2020
Questions 244531
Subjects 8
Chapters 125
Enrolled Students 218

Realted Questions

Q1 Single Correct Medium
Let us assume that the acceleration due to gravity be $10 m/s^{2}$. If acceleration due to gravity ($g$), the velocity ($v$) acquired by a body after falling from rest for $5$ seconds and the momentum ($p$) acquired by a mass of $1$ kg in falling freely from rest for $10$ seconds are taken as the fundamental units, then the value of the unit of mass in terms of kg ?
• A. 1 kg
• B. 2 kg
• C. 5 kg
• D. 10 kg

Asked in: Physics - Units and Measurement

1 Verified Answer | Published on 18th 08, 2020

Q2 Single Correct Medium
Which of the following is used to measured the volume of regular shaped object?
• A. Metre scale
• B. Vernier callipers
• C. Screw guage
• D. All of these

Asked in: Physics - Units and Measurement

1 Verified Answer | Published on 18th 08, 2020

Q3 Single Correct Medium
Dimensions of velocity gradient are same as that of
• A. Time period
• B. Frequency
• C. acceleration
• D. length

Asked in: Physics - Units and Measurement

1 Verified Answer | Published on 18th 08, 2020

Q4 Single Correct Medium
The dimensions of magnetic flux are?
• A. $\left[ ML{ T }^{ -2 }{ A }^{ -2 } \right]$
• B. $\left[ M{ L }^{ 2 }{ T }^{ -2 }{ A }^{ -2 } \right]$
• C. $\left[ M{ L }^{ 2 }{ T }^{ -1 }{ A }^{ -2 } \right]$
• D. $\left[ M{ L }^{ 2 }{ T }^{ -2 }{ A }^{ -1 } \right]$

Asked in: Physics - Units and Measurement

1 Verified Answer | Published on 18th 08, 2020

Q5 Subjective Medium
The related equations are $Q=mc(T_2-T_1),\;\ell_1=\ell_0[1+\alpha(T_2-T_1)]$ and $PV=nRT$, where the symbols have their usual meanings. Find the dimensions of
(A) specific heat capacity $(C)$ (B) coefficient of linear expansion $(\alpha)$ and $(C)$ the gas constant $(R)$.

Asked in: Physics - Units and Measurement

1 Verified Answer | Published on 18th 08, 2020