1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Use the units given in the table below to determine whether the formulas are dimensionally consistent. / this symbol (to the left) means divided by Length= distance= m mass= Kg time= s area= m squared speed= m/s acceleration= m/s squared (only the s is squared) force= Kg m/s squared (only the s is squared) energy= Kg m squared /s squared power= Kg m squared /s cubed 2. Relevant equations How do you solve these and how do you multiply the units? Does energy= (mass) (acceleration) (length) Does speed= acceleration/time Does area= (length) (length) Does energy= (mass) (speed squared) Does energy= (mass) (acceleration)/length 3. The attempt at a solution I tried the first one. energy= (mass) (acceleration) (length) = [Kg] [m/s squared] [m] = [Kg m squared /s] Is that right?