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A geometry textbook gives the equation of a parabola as y =x^2, where x
and y are measured in inches. How can this equation be dimensionally correct? how I will answer this thanks

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I think that if \(x\) is measured with \(inches\), then \(y\) has to be measured with \(inches^2\)

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