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Hi all, I just started physics as a 5th as level, my teacher has set me a test this Friday on Base units and prefixes. I am doing the edexcel spec and I'm not too sure what sort of questions I might get in my test. If anyone could let me know what I should know for the A level exam on this topic I would be eternally grateful!

So far I have made notes on:
The systeme national
The 7 different base units, their symbol, name and corresponding base quantities
Derived quantities
Homogeneity of equations
Prefixes(Giga, mega...)

Also if anyone has any question worksheets on these then I could really use those as well!
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There's not much to test on really. There won't be a section on base units for the exam so don't worry about it too much. Just memorise the 7 base quantities and know how to find a base unit and its derived unit
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(Original post by Jordan97)
There's not much to test on really. There won't be a section on base units for the exam so don't worry about it too much. Just memorise the 7 base quantities and know how to find a base unit and its derived unit
Ah ok, that's good to know.
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