What is the dimesnional formula of length, mass, volume, time, radius, force, frequency of evolution, velocity, gravity, tension
Physics - drwls, Sunday, April 5, 2009 at 9:54am
You must mean frequency of revolution,m not evolution. I don't know what you man by "dimensional formula". I wull assume you mean just the "dimensions" or "units" that are used to measure each quantity. Each consist of some combination of mass, length and time. Sometimes degrees (for temperature) and electric charge are considered separate units.
It is not clear what you mean by the dimensions of gravity. The acceleration of gravity has units of Length/(Time)^2, but there is a different constant of gravity in the Law of Gravity.
The units of volume are (Length)^3. In the SI system, the appropriate units ate cubic meters (m^3).
Try the others yourself; someone will provide additional if needed.