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So a particle of mass M is moving in one dimension given by:
x(t) = (alpha)t^2 + (beta)t + (gamma)
where alpha, beta, gamma are non zero constants.
What are the dimensions of the alpha, beta, gamma?
Either the answer is staring right at my face or my physics is rusty :/
x(t) = (alpha)t^2 + (beta)t + (gamma)
where alpha, beta, gamma are non zero constants.
What are the dimensions of the alpha, beta, gamma?
Either the answer is staring right at my face or my physics is rusty :/