## Question

### Solution

Correct option is

y/a, bt and cx

Since the sine function in dimensionless, sin (bt – cx) is dimensionless. Therefore, y and a must have the same dimensions, i.e. y/a is dimensionless. Since the argument of a sine function (or any trigonometric function) must be dimensionless, bt and cx are also dimensionless.

#### SIMILAR QUESTIONS

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