Hello physicists! I'm taking a physics class and I'm in need of some assistance. I'm just starting out, so bear with me. The question I'm confused about is probably quite simple and I'm just not getting it.. q. Show that the equation v^2 = v0^2 + 2ax is dimensionally correct, where v and v0 represent velocities, a is acceleration and x is distance. a. i said: v^2 = v0^2 = (L/T)^2 2ax = 2(L/T)^2 Any assistance would be greatly appreciated. Thanks !!