If velocity, time and force were chosen as basic quantities, find the dimensions of mass

We know that Force = mass × accelerationacceleration = velocity/time ⇒ Force = mass × velocity/time Taking dimensions on both sides of this equation[F] = [M] [V]/[T] [F] = [M] [V] [T-1] [F]/[V]…

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Dimensional Formula of Resistance R

Dimensional formula of resistance R We know that V = IR ThusR = V/I Taking dimensions on both sides of this equation R = V/I [R] = [V]/[I] [V] = [ML2I-1T-3] [R] =…

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Dimensional Formula of Capacitance C

Dimensional formula of capacitance C We know that Q = CVWhereQ = ChargeC = CapacitanceV = Voltage Taking dimensions on both sides of formula Q = CV[Q] = [C] [V] [Q] = [IT][V]…

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Dimensional Formula of Potential V

Dimensional formula of potential V We know that U = VItWhereU = EnergyV = PotentialI = Currentt = Time Taking dimensions on both sides of U = VIt [U] = [V] [I] [T]…

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Dimensional Formula of Charge Q

Dimensional formula of charge Q We know that Q = ItWhereQ = chargeI = Currentt = time Given formula Q = ItTaking dimensions of quantities on both sides of this equation [Q] =…

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Dimensional Formula of coefficient of viscosity η

Dimension formula of coefficient of viscosity η We know that F = – ηA(v2 – v1)/(x2 – x1)WhereF = ForceA = Areav2 – v1 = Velocity differencex2 – x1 = Distance difference Rearranging…

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Dimensional Formula of Thermal Conductivity k

Dimensional formula of thermal conductivity k We know that Q = k A(θ2 – θ1)t/d WhereQ = Heat energyk = Thermal conductivityθ2 – θ1 = Temperature differenceA = Aread = Thicknesst = Time…

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Dimensional Formula of Surface Tension S

Dimensional formula of surface tension S We know thatS = ρ g r h/2WhereS = Surface Tensionρ = Densityg = acceleration due to gravityr = Radiush = height Writing dimensions of quantities on…

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Dimensional Formula of Universal Constant of Gravitation G

Dimensional formula of universal constant of gravitation G We know that F = Gm1m2/r2whereF = Gravitational force between masses m1 and m2G = Universal constant of gravitation Gm1 = Mass of an objectm2…

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