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So, n = k/y. Given k is 1 kg m^1 and y is 1 kg m^−1 what is n?

 

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 Apr 8, 2024
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The most important thing is the unit of n. Simply compute by law of indices:

 

\(n = \dfrac ky = \dfrac{1\text{ kg m}^{1}}{1\text{ kg m}^{-1}} = 1\,\text{m}^2\)

 Apr 8, 2024

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