1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A particle experiences a variable force Fv = Fo * sin (cx) where x is displacement in meters. What units are the constants c and Fo in. 2. Relevant equations 3. The attempt at a solution Um ok....how the heck do i figure out what units they're in so i know my final units need to be kg*m/s^2 , and i already got my meters from the displacement x inside the sin function but the rest i can't figure out... my best guess is...one cycle of the sin function is 2pi radians...so delta x * c = 2pi rads delta x is just velocity so m/s*c = rad... does that make c in rad * s / m? cause thats not aunit ive heard of... if i do use that though, then Fo is just in the regular force units kg*m/s^2 ?