I am having a problem finding the correct SI unitsfor the quantity A?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

In the equation

A=√(R/TY)

That is A equals the square root of R divided by TY

(not to good showing workings on the computer sorry)

, the SI units of the quantity R are kg m^3 s^–2, the SI units of the quantity T are kg and the SI units of the quantity Y are m s^–2. What are the correct SI units for the quantity A?

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# Working out the units?

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