# A question on constants and dimensionless equations

## Homework Statement

There is not really a problem, just a question which i am about to ask. The known data is

$$\alpha$$ the fine structure constant
$$\hbar$$ Plancks constant
$$c$$ the speed of light
$$\mu$$ permeability

## Homework Equations

$$2\alpha \hbar = \pi^2 \mu_0 c$$

## The Attempt at a Solution

$$2\alpha \hbar = \pi^2 \mu_0 c$$

in a derivation. It seemed a little odd, are the dimensions right? I noticed all the data in this equation are actually made up of constants. Is it wise to say that when you deal with dimensionless objects, they are always constants (for a seperate question).
Thank you!!!

rude man
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## Homework Statement

Is it wise to say that when you deal with dimensionless objects, they are always constants (for a seperate question).
Thank you!!!

No. For example, angles are dimensionless.