Physics(Please check)
posted by Hannah .
Which equations are dimensionally correct?
F=ma
E=max
X=(1/2)at^3
V=sqrt(2*fx/m)
E=(1/2)mv
I think that F=ma , E=(1/2)at^3, V=sqrt(2*fx/m) are correct.
Would you agree?

ÑOrrect:
F=ma
E=max
V=sqrt(2*fx/m)
False:
X=(1/2)at^3
E=(1/2)mv
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