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I'm not sure if I should have posted in the advanced section, but this is for the class "fluid mechanics" which is an upper division course. However, the material I'm asking is mainly introductory stuff.
Determine the dimensions of dP/dx.
Where P is a force and x represents distance
So dimensions of P would be ML/T^2
Dimensions of dP/dx would be (ML/T^2)' = M/T^2
Is that right?
Determine the dimensions of dP/dx.
Where P is a force and x represents distance
So dimensions of P would be ML/T^2
Dimensions of dP/dx would be (ML/T^2)' = M/T^2
Is that right?