these type of quantities are called derived quantities. Their value depends on some fundamental quantities or some other derived quantities. eg. force is a derived quantity whose value depends on mass(fundamental) and acceleration(derived).
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In that case, one quantity (the quantity that depends on the other) is said to be a function of the other quantity.
State quantities are dependent on path,and path quantities do not depend on path.for example:we want to travel from one city to another and we have different routes to travel by,so the distance traveled depends on that which one route is taken,so the distance traveled is a path quantity,well the city current where we are at times does not depend on the path we took,so it is state quantity
Fundamental quantities r those which r independent of other quantities and r scaler and on the other hand derived quantities r those which depends on fundamental quantities!! For example metre sqaure!
It depends upon the condition.But basically, to be a vector, the physical quantities needs to follow vector algebra.but current dos not follow it so it is scalar quantity.
Depends how much you have. Small quantities can be done by mixing with water in a tank. The sand will settle to the bottom. large quantity
The best way to mail supplies depends on the quantity. Smaller quantities will usually mean using commercial shipping, while larger quantities will needd industrial shipping. It comes down to price. If you try to ship small quantities thru industrial or large quantities thru commercial it will be too expensive
The word sought is probably "function", although in some contexts "equation" would also work.
It depends on what these invariant quantities are. It is not enough to specify that something is invariant, you also need to specify under which operation these quantities do not change (= are invariant). In special relativity there is an operation called a Lorentz transformation which applies the effects of a speed increase, thus applying time dilatation and length contraction. A Lorentz invariant quantity is a quantity which remains the same under this transformation, i.e. it has the same value for every observer in an inertial frame. Examples of such invariants are the lengths of four-vectors, the generalizations of the common 3-dimensional vectors such as those indicating place and momentum. For example the 3d-vector for location (x,y,z) is joined with another quantity for the time dimension into a 4-vector whose length is Lorentz invariant. There are more Lorentz invariant quantities, some of them quite complex.
independent variables are quantities which are not affected by another quantities...for eg. time....mass of a stationary body etc....whereas dependent quantities depend on other physical quantities like weight of a body that at any instant of time depends on the height at which the object is located above surface of earth
A vector quantity is a measurement with a direction. A force is a vector quantity because if depends on direction.