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1. volume = Length cubed

2. acceleration (velocity/time) = Length/Time squared

3. density (mass/volume) = Mass / Length cubed

4. force (mass × acceleration) = Mass x Length/Time squared

5. charge (current × tiime) = Current x Time

Where did they get these 'dimensions from'?

For the first one its only true for the volume of a perfect cube.

The second one it seems they are substituting length for velocity and I don't know where they got the squared from.

The third one again uses a perfect cube.

Number four I though would just be the well known F=MA I don't know where the length or T squared come in

and number five makes sense...

Can anyone clear this up, I'm baffled... thanks

BTW the link to the page I'm referring to is: http://www.physics.uoguelph.ca/tutorials/dimanaly/dimanaly_ans1a.html