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Metric units: a quiz

Do you know your ohm from your pascal? Or your coulomb from your radian? Here is a quiz to test your knowledge of metric units used in science and technology. Some of these should be easy – others less so! Each question is the name of a unit, you have to say what that unit is used to measure.

  • Decibel (dB)

    • Sound intensity
    • Light intensity
    • Pressure
    • Volume
  • Kelvin (K)

    • Wind pressure
    • Earthquake intensity
    • Absolute temperature
    • Mass of an object
  • Ampere (A)

    • Electric current
    • Resistance
    • Electric charge
    • Radioactivity
  • Watt (W)

    • Pressure
    • Potential difference
    • Power
    • Frequency
  • Coulomb (C)

    • Electric current
    • Resistance
    • Electric charge
    • Radioactivity
  • Newton (N)

    • Force
    • Power
    • Resistance
    • Temperature
  • Candela (cd)

    • Temperature
    • Magnetic flux density
    • Luminous intensity
    • Potential difference
  • Roentgen (R)

    • Radioactivity
    • Radiation exposure
    • Magnetic flux
    • Electrical conductance
  • Hertz (hz)

    • Power
    • Pressure
    • Mass
    • Frequency
  • Volt (V)

    • Electric current
    • Electric charge
    • Electromotive force
    • Resistance

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