WHAT ARE THE DIMENSIONS OF RESISTANCE?
Asked by Ishita Tandon | 8th Sep, 2010, 12:00: AM
Resistance is defined by R = V/I,
Hence the dimensions are those of voltage divided by electric current,
And voltage is the work/potential energy per unit charge.
= [ML3T-3A-2] where A is the dimension of electric current.
Answered by | 8th Sep, 2010, 11:25: PM
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