Hi, sorry for asking this but my brain still seems to be on lockdown from the summer. I have a pretty good idea of how dimensional analysis works and only seem to be having issues on one type of problem currently. something like: t=(Cm^x)(k^y) where: t-oscillations of mass m-mass spring constant-k(force/length) C-dimensionless constant to find x and y. T=(M^x)(Force/L)^y=(M^x)(ML/L(T^2))^y T=(M^x)(M/T^2)^y T=(M^x)(M^y/T^2y) T=(M^(x+y))(M^y/T^2y) T(T^2y)=M^(x+y) T^(2y+1)=M^(x+y) Then you get 2y+1=0 x+y=0 solving for y at top equation: y=-1/2 then plugging in for second equation you get x=1/2 So I have that one. Now where I'm having hangups is on one like say: v=(CB^x)(p^y) B-bulk modulus p-density c-dimensionless constant v-velocity Find x and y So I know I start with: L/T=(M/LT^2)^x(M/L^3)^y But honestly, I get stuck at this point. I can't figure out how to get things to cancel or how to make things simplify down easier. Do I distribute the exponent? Do I multiply the left hand by a reciprocal of one of those? Honestly, I don't get how to do one like this even though I fully get the first one which is fairly similar. Any hints to nudge me in the right direction to solve this, its been bugging me for awhile now.