1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data I'm trying to work out if the following is dimensionally correct. I think I'm getting stuck at the (x - x0) 2. Relevant equations In this case v is velocity (L/T), a is acceleration (L/T²), and x represents displacement, which is a length (L) 3. The attempt at a solution My attempt was such: v² = v0² = (L/T)² or L²/T² a = L/T² (x - x0) confuses me. That would work out to (L - L), correct? So a(x - x0) = L/T²(L - L) Don't (L - L) cancel out, leaving me just with L/T² which is NOT the same as L²/T²? According to the sheet, this expression is supposed to be dimensionally correct. Any pointer appreciated.