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  • 3 years ago

What is the relationship between SI units and CGS unit of work ?

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  1. akash123
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    work= force * displacement

  2. akash123
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    force= 1 kg * 1m/s/s= 1N

  3. akash123
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    1st change the SI unit of force into CGS unit

  4. akash123
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    now u proceed..

  5. akash123
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    force= 1 kg * 1m/s/s= 1N

  6. akash123
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    cgs unit of mass--- gram cgs unit of distance---cm and of time ---second

  7. akash123
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    so 1 N= (1000g) *( 100cm) /s/s

  8. akash123
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    does it make sense?

  9. ashna
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    yes

  10. akash123
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    1 N= 1 kg * 1m/s/s = (1000g) *( 100cm) /s/s = 10^5 g cm/s/s = 10^5 dyne

  11. akash123
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    now u can do by ur own for work. Just u have to change the distance into cgs

  12. ashna
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    okay !

  13. ashna
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    10^7 ? .. AM SORRY NET WAS SLOW !

  14. hartnn
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    yup, 10^7 it is

  15. ashna
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    j right ?

  16. akash123
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    it's ok...and u r right.

  17. ashna
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    tnx for the help :)

  18. akash123
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    I think it has a special name.... 1 joule= 10^7 erg

  19. akash123
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    :)

  20. ashna
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    okay :)

  21. hartnn
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    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Erg

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