Unit expansions for Tesla/Webers/Volts?

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Unit expansions for Tesla/Webers/Volts?

Post by AquaLaventry » Fri Nov 11, 2011 11:56 am

Are they useful for dimensional analysis problems on the PGRE?

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Re: Unit expansions for Tesla/Webers/Volts?

Post by llamacheez » Sat Nov 12, 2011 12:49 am


The easiest way to remember these kinds of things is through the simplest equations that involve them, which put them in terms of quantities with simpler units. Maybe things like this.

$$U = q V$$

$$F = q v \times B$$

$$\Phi_B = A B$$

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