# What are the dimentions of a and b in the relation s=a+bx, where s= force, x = distance

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= [MLT-²]

dimention of b = dimention of s / dimention of x

= [MLT-²] / [L]

= [MT-²]

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S = force = mass * accleration = M L T^-2

So each term on R H S should have the same dimensions.

a = M L T^-2 and bx = force So b = M L T^-2 / L = MT^-2

So each term on R H S should have the same dimensions.

a = M L T^-2 and bx = force So b = M L T^-2 / L = MT^-2