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explain dimensional analysis


explain dimensional analysis

Step 1

Conversion of any quantity from one unit to another unit without changing its original value is called dimensional analysis.


Step 2

For example, meters to kilometers, kilogram to gram etc.

Step 3

Consider an example of converting 2...

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