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I have been stuck on this problem for a while, I was looking at questions in a textbook, and could not figure this question out
"Peter came out with a new energy equation
E = (C)(M^i)(a^j)(d^k)
M is mass, a is acceleration, d is distance, and C is a dimensionless constant,
prove that i = j = k = 1"
How would you even start with this?
Regards, Panphobia
"Peter came out with a new energy equation
E = (C)(M^i)(a^j)(d^k)
M is mass, a is acceleration, d is distance, and C is a dimensionless constant,
prove that i = j = k = 1"
How would you even start with this?
Regards, Panphobia