## Question

### Solution

Correct option is

Squaring both sides of the given relation, we get

(âˆµ p is a dimensionless number)

#### SIMILAR QUESTIONS

Q1

The gravitational force F between two masses m1 and m2 separated by a distance r is given by  where G is the universal gravitational constant. What are the dimensions of G?

Q2

According to the quantum theory, the energy E of a photon of frequency v is given by

Where h is Plank’s constant. What is the dimensional formula for h?

Q3

What is the SI unit of Plank’s constant?

Q4

The volume V of water passing any point of a uniform tube during tseconds is related to the cross-sectional area A of the tube and velocity uof water by the relation

Which one of the following will be true?

Q5

Which one of the following relations is dimensionally consistent where h is height to which a liquid of density ρ rises in a capillary tube of radius, rTis the surface tension of the liquid, θ the angle of contact and g the acceleration due to gravity?

Q6

What is the relationship between dyne and Newton of force?

Q7

When a wave traverses a medium, the displacement of a particle located atx at time t is given by

Where ab and c are constants of the wave. Which of the following are dimensionless quantities?

Q8

The Vander Waal equation for n moles of a real gas is

Where P is the pressure, V is the volume, T is the absolute temperature, R is the molar gas constant and ab are Vander Waal constants. The dimensions of a are the same as those of

Q9

In velocity (V), acceleration (A) and force (F) are taken as fundamental quantities instead of mass (M), length (L) and time (T), the dimensions of Young’s modulus would be

Q10

The dimensions of permittivity (ε0) of vacuum are