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Please Help! a) derive the physical units of the dynamic viscosity coefficient µ . b) derive the physical units of the kinematic viscosity coefficient ν . c) the viscous force has many components, such as F_yz and F_zy. Explain the physical meaning of these two components.

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The equation is F_zx=µA(du/dz) whre A=area
|dw:1360648953347:dw| is how the du/dz looks like
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