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 6 months ago
In the dimensional analysis challenge problem 1 (introduction), what does the variable "b" represent?
 6 months ago
In the dimensional analysis challenge problem 1 (introduction), what does the variable "b" represent?

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eggen
 6 months ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0It's in the solution btw. And here's the solution so it's easy to find

tanmaykhandait
 6 months ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0i think that "b" is some constant value. initially...we can write it as \[t \alpha \rho^V h ^W g ^X A1 ^ Y A2 ^ Z . \] where \[\alpha \] means 'is proportional to' therefore \[t =b \rho^V h ^W g ^X A1 ^ Y A2 ^ Z . \]
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