# Homework Help: There's a question of dimension

1. Sep 24, 2006

### dreamsfly

As known,we can use 3 basic dimensions to represent other dimensions,but how to represent I with L,M,T?

2. Sep 25, 2006

### dreamsfly

Hello? Is there anyone could help me?

3. Sep 25, 2006

### Hargoth

For example, $1 = 1s \times 1Hz = 1 \frac{s}{s}$ or $1 = 1 \frac{kg m}{s} \times 1\frac{s}{kg m}$

I don't think there is another possibility ...

Last edited: Sep 25, 2006