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The dimension of coefficient of drag.

## Answer to Problem 1P

The drag coefficient

### Explanation of Solution

Write the expression for the wind force

Here, drag coefficient is

**Conclusion:**

The equation (I) can be rearranged to get

The dimensions of the various terms in the equation (II) are given by:

Substitute the above in equation (II) to get the dimensions of

Thus, the drag coefficient

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