# Dimensional Analysis Numerical on Conversion of Units Class 11 ISC Nootan Physics Solutions

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## Dimensional Analysis Numerical Based on Conversion of Units of One System into Units of Other System

Ch-3  Class 11 ISC Nootan Physics Solutions Kumar and Mittal Physics of Nageen Prakashan

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### Numerical Based on Conversion of Units of One System into the Units of Other System

Ch-3 Dimensional Analysis Class 11 ISC Nootan Physics Solutions Kumar and Mittal Physics of Nageen Prakashan

##### Question-17: The velocity of a body is 36 km /h. Express it in SI units.

Answer- Here, we have to convert velocity from km/h to m/s

we know that, 1km = 1000m and 1 h = 60 * 60 = 3600s

=>36km/h = 36 * 1000 / 60 * 60 = 360 / 36 = 10 m/s.

##### Question-18: The velocity of sound in air is 332 m/s. Convert it in km/h km /h

Answer- We know that 1m = 10 ^-3 km

also, is = 1/3600 h

velocity = 332m/s => 332 *[10^-3km / (1/3600)h]

=>1195 km/h.

##### Question-19: A body has an acceleration of 5 km/h^2 . Find its value in CGS system.

Answer- we know that, 1km =1000m = 100000 cm

and 1 h = 3600s

thus, 5km/h^2 = 5 * 100000 / 3600^2

= 0.0386 cm/s^2.

##### Question-20: The value of a force is 36 units in a system having metre, kilogram and minute as fundamental units. What will be its value in CGS system?

Answer- Given that force is – F = 36 k g . m/min²

We know, 1 kg = 1000 g

1 m = 100 cm and

1 min = 60 s

Substitute this values –

F = 36 × 1000 × 100 / 60²

⇒ F = 1000 g.cm/s²

⇒ F = 1000 dyne

##### Question-21: The unit of work is joule (J) in the SI system and erg in the CGS system. Find number of ergs in 1 joule.

[Energy]=[mass]×[velocity]^2

= mass×(length/time)^2=ML^2T^−2

Thus, 1joule=(1kg)(1m)^2(1s)^−2

and 1 erg=(1g)(1cm)^2(1s)^−2

1 joule1erg=(1kg1g)(1m1cm)^2(1s1s)^−2

= (1000g1g)(100cm1cm)^2=1000×10000=10^7.

##### Question-22: Express 1 MW (megawatt) power in  ergs a system whose fundamental units are 10 kg, 1 dm (decimeter) and 1 minute.

Answer- One megawatt power can be expressed as –

1 MW = 10^6 W

But we know, 1 W = m^2·kg/s^3

1 MW = 10^6 m^2·kg·s^-3

Also, 1 m = 10 dm, 1 s = 1/60 min, 1 kg = 10/10 kg

⇒ 1 MW = 10^6 × (1 m)^2 × (1 kg) / (1 s)^3

⇒ 1 MW = 10^6 × (10 dm)^2 × (10/10 kg) / (1/60 min)^3

1 MW = 2.16×10^12 dm^2.10kg/min^3

##### Question-23: Express 1 atmospheric pressure (10^5 N m^-2)in CGS system.

Answer- 1 atm = 10⁵ N/m².

Now, the CGS unit of pressure is dyne/cm², which is also called Barye, and denoted by Ba.

Further,  1 N/m² = 10 dyne/cm².

Here, the pressure given is 10⁵ N/m². Thus, in the CGS system,

⇒ 10⁵ N/m² = 10⁵ × 10 dyne/cm²

=> 10⁵ N/m² = 10⁶ dyne/cm²

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