Question #4644

if length 'L',force 'F' and time 'T' are taken as fundamental quantities.What would the dimensional equation of mass and density?

Expert's answer

According to the Second Newton's Law:

we know that F = ma = m*L/T^2.

So, m

= (F*T^2)/L.

Density = m/V = ((F*T^2)/L)/L^3 = (F*T^2)/L^4

we know that F = ma = m*L/T^2.

So, m

= (F*T^2)/L.

Density = m/V = ((F*T^2)/L)/L^3 = (F*T^2)/L^4

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