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# Difference between quantity and quality?

quantity is amount quality is the condition or value of something in my opinion quality is better than quantity

# What is the difference between unit and quantity?

A unit is the basis of a measurement and the quantity would be how many of those units there are.

# What is the difference between quantity and unit?

It is the rate.

# What is ratio between two different quantities?

A ratio is basically a comparison of two different quantities to each other. You often find ratios in their simplest form. For example, if, in one container, you had 500ml …of water and in another you had 1000ml, this is a ration of 500 to 1000 which is written as 500:1000. However, to make this clearer, we can simplify the ratio. Seeing as 500 is half of 1000 we can simplify it to a ratio of 1:2 because 1 is obviously half as big as 2! A ratio, quite simply, compares the amount of something to another amount. So in this case, there is 500ml of water in one container for every 1000ml of water in the other container. Ratio is a mathematical comparison of the amount of something. Hope this helps!

# Differences between scalar and vector quantities?

vector has direction scale do not

# What is the difference between fundamental quantities and derived quantities?

The quantity which has only direction is called fundamental quantity.Example-Direct current.The quantity which has both magnitude and direction is called derived quantity.Exam…ple-Altranating current.

# What is the difference between a scalar quantity and vector quantity?

Scalars are quantities that have magnitude only; they are independent of direction. Vectors have both magnitude and direction. vectors need bold letters to show them.

# Difference between quality and quantity?

Quantity is how much of something that you have. Quality is how long something lasts or how "good" it is.

# What is the difference between derived quantities and fundamental quantities?

In the SI system, there are two categories of unit: the Base Unit and the Derived Unit. There is no such category as 'fundamental unit'. There are seven Base Units. These are:… the metre, kilogram, second, ampere, kelvin, candela, and mole. All other units are Derived Units, and these are combinations of Base Units, sometimes given special names. For example, the coulomb is a Derived Unit, and is equivalent to an ampere second, which are both Base Units..

# What are the different relationships between quantities?

more, less, equal

# The differences between scalar quantities and vector quantities?

A scalar quantity is just a number e.g. 3 miles A vector quantity is a number with directions e.g. 3 miles south So the difference between them is that vector has a particular… direction to go with but a scalar quantity is just a number.

# Which quantity helps you better understand the relationships between bond type and physical characteristics electronegativity difference or percent ionic character?

The quainty of this helps because it deals with different scales and most people find the pauling scale to be the easy. the electronegativity kind of help me understan…d it because the way you have to calculate it and the different scales they use. I found the pauling scale to be easy.

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# Ratio between two different quantities?

A ratio between two quantities, usually with differing units, is called the rate. When describing the units of a rate, "per" usually separates them. For instance: beats pe…r minute, miles per hour, gallons per mile.

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# What is the fundamental differences between demand and quantity?

demand = how much people want it quantity (supply) = how much you have/can sell When the demand drops, the supply increases, and when the supply increases, the demand drops, b…ut it will turn around again, and when the supply is low, the demand increases, and when the demand increases, and the supply gets lower.

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# What is difference between base quantity and derived quantity?

Base quantities (Scalar Quantities) : Independent quantities who have single standard units. - time /seconds -distance/meters Derived Quantities (Vector Quantities): Quantitie…s derived by multiplying or dividing 2 base quantities. - Velocity = distance/time unit of Velocity = m/s

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# What is The difference between vector quantity and scalar quantity?

Vector quantity is a quantity characterized by magnitude and direction.Whereas,Scalar quantity is a quantity that does not depend on direction.

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# What is the ratio of two different physical quantities?

Rate