The coefficient of the stress energy tesor in the GR equation reduces to 8π/Ν, where N = {"(Kg)m/s^2.} Is it correct to conclude that all the elements of the stress energy tensor must have the dimension of N = (Kg)m/s^2 since the curvature and metric tensors on the other side of the equation are dimensionless?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Dimension of the stress energy tensor

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