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FAKULTAS KEGURUAN DAN ILMU PENDIDIKAN

UNIVERSITAS LAMPUNG

2014

Number Terminologi

of physics

Definition Sentence

1. Wave vibrations that propagate. The waves can be

distinguished

according to the

Medium and direction

of propagation

According to the

medium wave is

divided into two,

namely: Mechanic

Wave and

Electromagnetic

Waves.

2. Measurement

s

the activity of compare to

a quantity is measured

with a measuring device

that is used as a unit.

you perform

measurement activities

lenght table with a

pencil. In the event

you compare the

length of the table with

the length of a pencil.

3. Stopwatch Stopwatch is a tool that is

used to measure the

length of time required in

the activity.

Stopwatch there are

two types of analog

and digital.

4. Meter Meter is a unit of length

scale.

Long table in the

classroom which is 1.5

meters.

5. Unit Unit is a comparable in

magnitude measurement.

Unit of length is the

meter scale.

6. Observer Observers are people who

are making observations.

Observer is watching

the events of

refraction.

7. The Metric

System

The metric system is an

international system of

units of measurement

standard.

Metric system for

units of length: meter

8. International

System (SI)

International System (SI)

is the system unit or the

amount of the most

commonly used.

The unit of mass in

International System

(SI) is the kilogram.

9. Time Time is a quantity that

indicates the length of an

event taking place.

Time in physics can be

formulated by

displacement devided

by velocity.

10. Microwaves Microwaves are waves of

electromagnetic the

frequency of super high

(Super High Frequency,

SHF), which is above 3

GHz (3x10 9 Hz).

Microwaves are also

used in radar.

11. Frequency frequency is number of

vibrations that occur in

one second.

The frequency of the

vibration will be

undertaken within 0.5

second which is 4 hz

12. Radiation Radiation is energy

emitted by a material or

space in the form of hot.

Television one

electronic device that

emits radiation.

13. Length The length is the distance

between two points in

space.

In the SI units of

length are meters (m).

14. Wave-length the distance between two

waves of energy, or the

length of the radio wave

used by a particular radio

station for broadcasting

programmes.

Wave-lengths having

inverse relationship

fastene, againt

frequency the apex to

pass a given point in a

given time.

15. Speed of light the speed at which light

travels in a vacuum; the

constancy and

universality of the speed

of light is recognized by

defining it to be exactly

299,792,458 meters per

second.

Speed of light is 3 x

10

8

m/s.

16. Mass Mass is a measure of the

amount of matter in a

body by the bladder

An instrument used for

measuring the mass is

usually scale

17. Magnitude Magnitude is everything

that can be measured,

counted have a value and

unit

Physical quantities are

obtained from the

magnitudes of

measurement

18. Perpendicular specialized at an angle

of 90 to another line or

surface.

The wheel rotates

about an axis which is

perpendicular to the

plane.

19. Displacement Displacement is the

prosses of reducing the

speed of a moving

objects.

The displacement was

formulated by the

position of the end- the

position of first.

20. Force Force is power in physics

is the rate of energy is

delivered or the work

done per unit of time.

In unit international

(SI) a unit of power

watts (d) or parcase

joule per second (J/s)

21. Unit vectors Unit vectors is a vector

has a length of 1 unit of

length

The vector unit serves

to indicate a direction

in space.

22. Scalar Something that has size

but no direction, such as a

quantity, distance, speed

or temperature

In physics, a scalar is a

quantity that can be

describe with a

number (whether it be

without dimensions, or

in a physical quantity).

23. Dot product Geometrically, the

dot product of two vectors

is the magnitude of one

times the projection of the

second onto the first.

The symbol used to

represent this

operation is a small

dot at middle height

( ), which is where the

name "dot product"

comes from.

24. Cross product Geometrically, the cross

product of two vectors is

the area of the

parallelogram between

them.

The symbol used to

represent this

operation is a large

diagonal cross (),

which is where the

name "cross product"

comes from.

25. Magnetic

fields

an area around a magnet

or something magnetic, in

which its power to attract

objects to itself can be felt

Magnetic field sciene,

physics is a field

formed with move

electric charge

(electric current)

causing the appearance

of force in an electrical

charge moving other.

26. Electric

potencial

The electric potential at a

point is equal to the

electric potential energy

(measured in joules) of

any charged particle at

that location divided by

the charge (measured in

coulombs) of the particle.

Electric potential,

including setting the

amount of scalars and

mathematizable can be

formulated

27. Angular

momentum

is a measure of the

amount of rotation an

object has, taking into

account its mass, shape

and speed.

Momentum anguler is

the value of a vecto

where the direction of

1 perpendicular

direction r, while the

amount of the fixed.

28. Torque a force which causes

something to rotate

Unit for torque is

international in

feet/lbs, feet-pounds,

or Newtonmeter (Nm)

29. Kilograms A unit of mass equal to

1000 grams

An object which has a

mass of one kilogram

will weighs between

9,78 newton and 9,83

newton

30. Unit prefixes A unit prefix is a specifier

or mnemonic that is

prepended to units of

measurement to indicate

multiples or fractions of

the units.

For example, the

prefix kilo-,

abbreviated k, always

means a unit larger by

a factor of 1000.

31. Physical

Quantities

A physical quantity is a

physical property of a

phenomenon, body, or

substance, that can be

We use equations to

express relationships

among physical

quantities, represented

quantified by

measurement.

by algebraic symbols.

32. Acceleration Acceleration is the rate of

change of velocity as a

function of time.

Negative accelerations

try to get the objects to

move towards the left,

positive accelerations

towards the right.

33. Position This is precisely where an

object is located.

Displacement is

simply a change in the

position of an object.

34. Decelaration a rate of decrease in

velocity

Since the car

approaching a traffic

light, the car

decelerated

35. British Units These units are used only

in the

United States and a few

other countries, and in

most of these they are

being replaced

by SI units.

British units are now

officially defined in

terms of SI units, as

follows:

Force: 1 pound =

4.448221615260

newtons (exactly)

36. Equation Equation means a formula

who discovered by

scienctist from several

trials.

equations of motion is

v = v

0

+ at

37. Direction An object which moving

uniform or irregular to

one place.

Speedometer shows

only the magnitude of

velocity but not the

direction.

38. Significant

figure

The figure obtained from

measurement is called

significant figure.

256.56 m has five

significant figures.

39. Uncertainty a parameter, associated

with the result of a

measurement, that

characterizes the

dispersion of the values

that could reasonably be

attributed to the

measurement.''

A vernier caliper

which has 0.01 mm as

its least scale has the

uncertainty value of

0.005 mm.

40. Temperature Temperature is a

measurement of the

average kinetic energy of

the molecules in an object

or system and can be

measured with a

thermometer or a

calorimeter.

SI Unit sof

temperature is Kelvin

41. Density The density of a material

is the mass per unit

volume

The SI unit of density

is kg/m

2

42. Velocity Velocity is obtained by

dividing distance by time

quantity

A car moves with

velocity of 72 km/jam

43. Scalar

quantity

A scalar quantity is a one

dimensional measurement

of a quantity

Example for scalar

quantity are mass,

time, length, area,

power etc.

44. Vector

quantity

a quantity that has both

magnitude and direction

Example for vector

quantity are

displacement,

direction, velocity etc.

45. Radius Is diameter of a circle

devide 2.

A circle have a radius

5 cm.

46. Measure

Uncertainty

Is a non-negative

parameter characterizing

the dispersion of the

values attributed to a

measured quantity.

Relative uncertainty is

the measurement

uncertainty divided by

the measured value.

47. Distances A measure of how far an

object has travelled from

its starting poitnt, or how

far a way it is.

Distance laboratorum

physics with the

library is 500 meters.

48. Micrometer an extremely precise

measuring instrument; the

reading error is 1/200 mm

= 0.005 mm.

Micrometers are also

used in telescopes or

microscopes to

measure the apparent

diameter of celestial

bodies or microscopic

objects.

49. Speed a scalar quantity that

refers to how fast an

object is moving.

Galileo defined speed

as the distance covered

per unit of time.

50. Caliper is an extremely precise

measuring instrument; the

reading error is 1/20 mm

= 0.05 mm.

The earliest caliper has

been found in

the Greek Giglio wrec

k near

the Italian coast.

51. Accuracy the nearness of a

measurement to the

standard or true value

i.e., a highly accurate

measuring device will

provide measurements

very close to the standard,

true or known values.

in target shooting a

high score indicates

the nearness to the

bull's eye and is a

measure of the

shooter's accuracy.

52. Diameter Is (the length of) a

straight line that reaches

from one point on the

edge of a round shape or

object, through its centre,

to a point on the opposite

edge .

Diameter of a tube is 5

cm.

53. Speedometer An instrument for

indicating speed and

distance traveled as well

as rate of speed.

Charles Babbage is

credited with creating

an early type of a

speedometer, which

were usually fitted

tolocomotives.

54. Scientic

Notation

a way of writing numbers

that are too big or too

small to be conveniently

written in decimal form.

Scientific notation has

a number of useful

properties and is

commonly used in

calculators and by

scientists,

mathematicians and

engineers.

55. Unit

Consistency

There are two unit

consistency in MKS and

CGS.

One of unit

consistency is MKS,

where M = meter, K =

kilogram, and S =

second.

56. Conversions the change in a quantity's

numerical value as a

result of using a different

unit of measurement.

Km/h can be

conversion to m/s.

57. Dimensionally

Consistent

Dimensionally Consistent

means that the units on

both sides of an equation

are equivalent as well as

each term also have same

units.

Verifying dimensional

consistency is often

called checking the

units, and is a

powerful technique for

uncovering errors in

calculations.

58. Molecule is an electrically neutral

group of two or

moreatoms held together

bychemical bonds.

The molecule of water

is H

2

O.

59. Particle a particle is a

smalllocalized object to

which can be ascribed

severalphysical or chemic

al properties such

as volume ormass.

milk is a liquid with

many particles of fat

suspended in it

60. Discharge The volume of fluid

flowing along a pipe or a

channel in unit time.

Discharge in physics

formulated by volume

devided by time.

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