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Mohammed Tameem Mohiuddin Grade: 11
        
A wave is represented by-
y=asin(At-Bx+C)
where A,B,C are constants.The dimensions of A,B,C are:

Please explain step by step Thankyou
2 years ago

Answers : (1)

Nicho priyatham
626 Points
										
remember an other thing that the functions INSIDE trignomertic functions,log functions,exp functions 
are also dimensionless
EXAMPLE : in equation F=F0sin (K+M) (say F=force)
                     K+M is dimensionless
  so similarly in the equation y=asin(At-Bx+C)
          the term (At-Bx+C) must be dimensionless so each term is dimensionless
         so At is dimensinoless so dimensions of A=[ T-1
   and  similarly Bx is dimensionless and dimensions of B=[L-1]
and also C is dimensionless
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2 years ago
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