1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Which one of the following equations is dimensionally homogeneous? Where: F= force (N) m= mass (kg) a= acceleration (m/s2) V= velocity (m/s) R= radius (m) t= time (s) 2. Relevant equations 1. F=ma 2. F=m(V2/R) 3. F(t2-t1)=m(V2-V1) 4. F=mV 5. F=m(V2-V1)/(t2-t1) 3. The attempt at a solution Through what I can gather from my textbook and the internet, I started by entering what I know. So: F=ma becomes: N=(kg)(m/s2) From here, I'm not really sure where to go. F=m(V2)/(R) becomes: N=(kg)((m/s2)/(m)) And again, I plug everything in but in my textbook at this point is where they determine if it is or isn't dimensionally homogeneous. I would really appreciate any guidance on this, I realize it's a super basic question, but you've got to start somewhere! Thank you.