Physics Constants

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Last updated: March 28, 2014
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metre
length
kilogram
mass
second
time
ampere
current
kelvin
absolute temperature
radian
angle
hertz
frequency
newton
force
pascal
pressure
joule
energy
watt
power
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coulomb
charge
volt
potential difference
farad
capacitance
ohm
resistance
siemens
conductance
weber
magnetic flux
tesla
flux density
degree Celcius
temperature
becquerel
radioactivity
gray
absorbed dose
sievert
equivalent dose
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Level 29
Mar 28, 2014
I like this quiz, but your description could use an example... Especially given the ambiguity of the title. A 'constant' is typically an associated number or range of numbers, as opposed to a description of the unit of measurement. For example, when calculating the area of a circle, pi is a 'constant' that doesn't change.
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Level 67
Dec 30, 2018
I agree a description wouldnt be a bad idea
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Level 67
Dec 30, 2018
I typed radiation instead of radioactivity. Perhaps also a viable answer?