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4 months ago

Arun
23386 Points
```							 Dear student dimensions of F/t = dimension of Av^2 = dimension of Bt [MLT^-2] /[T] = A [L^2 T^-2] = B [T] A = [ML^-1 T^-1]B = [MLT^-4] Hope it helps
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4 months ago
Vikas TU
9810 Points
```							Dear student Please follow this for better understanding  Since, the force is on the left hand side, therefore the right hand side quantities also represent force.  Thus, both at and bt² represent force.  Dimensional formula of force -  M L T^(-2)  Dimensional formula of at and bt² will also be M L T^(-2)  Means, [aT] = MLT^(-2)  = [a] = (M1 L1 T-²)/T  = [a] = M1 L1 T-³  Similarly for B,  force = Bt²so b= force/t2= MLT^-4Hope this clear
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4 months ago
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