Introduction to Physical Quantities

Unit 1: Building Your Base
Lesson 9 of 12

Objective: Students will be able to make connections between physical quantities and everyday life.

Big Idea: All measured quantities in physics can be described through a combination of the basic units of distance, time, and mass.

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Science, Physical Science, physics, distance, displacement, Archimedes' Principle
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