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The acceleration of gravity is a dimension.
1 meter times speed of light = 299 792 458 meters
On the basis Alan that - I have fully explained to you the circumstances of the fact that it's not that I'm not proficient in maths. It's that I've 'never' done any at-all, as I did not get schooled beyond primary school education - not only are you being incredibly unfair in that you are demanding that I know dimensional analysis in relation to algebraic mathematics, (and I am trying) especially in relation to the fact that it is because of I 'don't' know these things that I have asked for HELP! If I knew them I wouldn't need any.It is indeed blatantly bloody obvious what I'm trying to do, and 'confusingly' your input is slanted towards the critique of the attempts of a completely qualification-less person, when you could be employing the advantage of your degree to the purpose of assistance. Bit disappointing really!Dimensional analysis of above calculation:L is equal to 299 792 458 metersM is equal to gravitational accelerationT is equal to L+M/cAm I on the right track?L1 = T1L2=T2
On the basis Alan that - I have fully explained to you the circumstances of the fact that it's not that I'm not proficient in maths.
There was a time when I wasn't proficient in aviation, but out of courtesy to other users of the sky, I took the trouble to learn the basics before charging into Heathrow's airspace and telling everyone else that they didn't understand.