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8 Answers formula of length?

If force, mass and length are taken as


Nancy Ghangas, Tutor fundamental units, then how do you calculate the
Answered May 24, 2018 dimension of velocity?

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Aman Mulimani, former used to study at Sri Ramakrishna Vidyashala, Mysore


(2011-2014)
Answered Apr 24, 2018

Given fundamental quantities are;

Force----F.

Length--L.

Time----T.

Dimensional formula of mass=?

Soln: Wkt F=m.a—————————→(eq1)

Where, F=force , m=mass, a= acceleration

Hence re-writing the equation-1,

m=F/a ——————————————->(eq2)

Force=F ; acceleration= length/time*time

=> Acceleration =length/(time)²

=> acceleration = [LT-²] I in eq-2;

m= F/a====[F/LT-²]

=> m= [FL-¹T²]

Hence the dimensional formula for mass when force(F),length(L)and time(T) are
taken as fundamental quantities is;

……………………..m-> [FL-¹T²]……………

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Odde Siva Kesavam, Myself & my wife practiced Bhagavadgita for more than 25 yrs
Answered Apr 25, 2018 · Author has 8k answers and 6.8m answer views

Hari om, you are asking a question as to: “If force, length, and time are taken as
fundamental quantities, what will be the dimensional formula of mass?”. Hari om.

FORCE ( F ) = MASS ( m ) × ACCELERATION(a) ,

i.e,. Force = m.a = F

Mass = F/a = F ÷ cms/sec^2 =F ÷ (L × T^-2) = F ×L^-1×T^2 = FL^-1T^2.

Therefore , Mass , M= FL^-1T^2 .

Hari om.

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F = ml/t^2

m = F×t^2/l

Unit of mass is therefore F T^2L^-1

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David Fang, studied at Shenzhen Foreign Languages School (2019)


Answered Dec 21, 2017 · Author has 93 answers and 82.5k answer views

Originally Answered: If force (F), length (L), and time (T) are taken as fundamental units, then what
would be the dimensions of mass?

In our usual measurement system, which is a kind of “absolute” system, the


fundamental units are mass, length and time. Force is .

Therefore, when force is taken as fundamental units, the dimension of mass would be
.

This is exactly what happens in “gravitational” system. For example, the unit of force
may be kilogram-force (kgf) (1 kgf=9.81 N), and the unit of mass then would be equal
to 9.81 kg.

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Nrusingha Behera, former Asst Agril Engineer,Jajpur at Agriculture Department,


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Answered Apr 5, 2018 · Author has 3.9k answers and 902.4k answer views

F=M×L×T^(-2)=>M=(F)(L)^(-1)(T)².Ans..

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Harsh Dwivedi, studied Science & Mathematics at Shanti Asiatic School (2018)
Answered Apr 26, 2018 · Author has 95 answers and 62.8k answer views

Let's see all the fundamental quantities in Physics.


Length L
Mass M
Time T
Electric Current A
Thermodynamic Temperature Q
Amount of substance M.N-¹
Luminous Intensity J

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Jack Harrison, +2 Physics & Mathematics, Assissi Vidhyaniketan (2017)


Answered Oct 2, 2017

But force can't be taken as a fundamental quantity simply coz its made up of other
quantities.

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