### Calculate the dimension for acceleration × velocity?

Calculate the dimension for acceleration × velocity?

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Speed, v : LT-1; Mass, m : M; Length, l : L; Tension, Q : A force = mass x acceleration: MLT-2
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Speed, v : LT-1; Mass, m : M; Length, l : L; Tension, Q : A force = mass x acceleration: MLT-2.
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Acceleration= distance/(time x time)=LxT-2
=LT-2

Velocity=distance/time=LxT-1
=LT-1

Therefore,
Acceleration x Velocity =LT-2 x LT-1
=L2T-3
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• Dolly P: Also,since there is no mass
M=0
=M¤0 L¤2 T¤-3
¤ stand for "raised to power"
8 months ago
Acceleration has the dimensions of
velocity (L/T) divided by time, i.e. L T−2.
The SI unit of acceleration is the metre
per second squared (m s−2); or "metre
per second per second", as the velocity
in metres per second changes by the
acceleration value, every second.
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Speed, v : LT-1; Mass, m : M; Length, l : L; Tension, Q : A force = mass x acceleration: MLT-2
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