# Calculating Derived Quantities

## Measurements can be used in combination to describe physical objects in greater detail.

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## Calculating Derived Quantities

by Riffle Walker //basic
Definition of derived quantity and calculation and units of derived quantities (area, volume, density).
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## Calculating Derived Quantities

by Christopher von Nagy //basic
Definition of derived quantity and calculation and units of derived quantities (area, volume, density).
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## Derived Quantities: Area, Density, Volume, Velocity, Force

by Rico Lin //basic
In addition to the derived quantities of area, volume, and density, this video introduces derived quantities that involve other dimensions such as velocity (distance and time) and force (mass and acceleration).
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## Fast Ice

by Murray Metge //basic
Find out the physics and chemistry behind hockey ice that maximizes the speed of skaters and pucks.
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## Calculating Derived Quantities

by Ellaine Chou //basic
These flashcards are here to help you better understand middle school physical science.
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