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jeremy22511

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## Homework Statement

The dimensions for all sorts of energy must be equal.

Then the following should hold:

By E=Fs and E=VIt,

[Fs] = [VIt]

[M][L]

^{2}[T]

^{-2}=[V][Q]

Now, according to some online lectures I watched some time ago, the dimensions of time, length, and mass are the three fundamental dimensions and all other dimensions can be derived with the three. So I was wondering if I could simplify the dimension of the p.d. and the coulomb into the three dimensions.

Would appreciate any help. Thanks.

Jeremy

## Homework Equations

## The Attempt at a Solution

I asked my high school teacher the other day and he said that the dimensions for the coulomb and p.d. are already the simplest...