Q. 14.0( 80 Votes )

Which of the following sets cannot enter into the list of fundamental quantities in any system of units?
A. length, mass and velocity,

B. length, time and velocity,

C. mass, time and velocity,

D. length, time and mass.

Answer :

We define length and time separately as it is not possible to define velocity without using these qualities. Mass is a fundamental quantity in any system of units

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