8 meters should have b 1 meter the same c 2 meter d

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Unformatted text preview: [L]/[T] meters/seconds, mph, knots Dimensions of a quanHty depend only on the type of quanHty itself (e.g., distance, energy, volume). The units of a quanHty also depend on the system of units used (e.g., metric, BriHsh, etc.) Dimensional Analysis (Unit Consistency Check) Base dimensions: Length [L]; Time [T]; Mass [M] “Dimensions” of any quanHty are given by an algebraic combinaHon of the base dimensions that comprise it. Dimensions are usually wriaen using square brackets. Quan:ty Dimensions Units Distance [L] meters, feet, light years Time [T] seconds, years,...
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