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If force (F), velocity (v) and time (T) are taken as fundamental units, then the dimensions of mass are

• [FvT-1]

• [FvT-2]

• [Fv-1T-1]

• [Fv-1T]

D.

[Fv-1T]

We know that,

F = ma

That is,

F = mv/t So, We know that,

F = ma

That is,

F = mv/t So, 2139 Views

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