Anonymous asked in Science & MathematicsPhysics · 1 month ago

What are the dimensions (physics)?

I asked this question before, but realized I typed it out wrong.

Can someone please help me find the dimensions and explain? I know I need to plug in the given values, but not having a and d are throwing me off...thanks

a=(b)/(c+d) where the dimension of b is [L] and the dimension of c is [L]/[T]

What is the dimension of 'a', and the dimension of 'd'?

Thank you. Your help and explanation is greatly appreciated and will be awarded 10 points:)

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  • 1 month ago
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    I already answered this, here is the same answer....

    c and d have to be the same as they are added, L/T

    a = b/c = L/(L/T) = T

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