I have one differential equation like(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

dN/dt=c*(other terms with no unit)

unit of c is 1/ns. Now if I solve this equation, I will get value of N corresponding to t.

(1) Then what will be the unit of t?

(2) and if I calculate dN/dt1=(other terms with no unit). where t1=t/c.

Then what will be the unit of t1?

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# Unit problem in differential equation

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