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Interactive Measure Units.

"Measure Units Puzzle" is a small knowledge level game to match the basic metric units with the correct physical phenomena. Physics exercise to explore and study derived units in the metric system of light, radiation, surfaces and basic quantities. Fun educational game, suitable for online lessons and interactive classes. Free online game for physics homework.
Online physics educational game. Fun physics puzzle.

This physics class game include the following units and quantities:

basic measurement units:

Metre, a unit of length

Kilogram, a unit of mass

Second, a unit of time

Litre, a unit of volume

Mole, a unit of amount of substance

Degree Celsius/Kelvin, a unit of thermodynamic temperature

units to measure electromagnetic radiation:

Becquerel, a unit of radioactive decay

Sievert, a unit of absorbed ionising radiation

Gray, a unit of ionising radiation

Katal, a unit of catalytic activity (enzymatic)

units to measure light radiation:

Lux, a unit of luminous flux

Candela, a unit of luminous intensity

Lumen, a unit of luminous coverage

units to measure circular arcs and spherical surfaces:

Radian, a unit of circular arc

Steradian, a unit of spherical surface area

How to play Measure Units Puzzle.

There are 15 metric units marked with their SI symbol left of the screen. Drag and drop them on the correct spot of light, radiation, surfaces and basic quantities to the right on the screen. Make it for less than 15 tries for a good school mark.

Knowledge Achievements:
Know basic metric units and get +1 Knowledge Level.
Difficulty: Average.

Class subject: Measure Units.

Measure units are units based on the metre, gram or second and decimal (power of ten) multiples or sub-multiples of these. The most widely used examples are the units of the International System of Units (SI). By extension they include units of electromagnetism from the CGS and SI units systems, and other units for which use of SI prefixes has become the norm.

This fun physics game may answer the following questions: