96. If force F, length L and time T be considered fundamental units, then units of mass will be :

^{–2}

^{–2}T

^{–1}

^{–1}T

^{2}

^{2}L T

^{–2}

97. If C be the capacitance and V be the electric potential, then the dimensional formula of CV^{2 }is :

(a) M L ^{2 }T ^{–2} A ^{0}

(b) M L^{ }T ^{–2} A ^{–1}

(c) M ^{0} L T ^{–2} A ^{0}

(d) M L ^{-3 }T A

98. Velocity v is given by v = at^{2}+bt+c, where t is time. What are the dimensions of a, b and c respectively?

(a) [L T ^{–3}], [L T ^{–2}] and [L T ^{–1}]

(b) [L T ^{–1}], [L T ^{–2}] and [L T ^{–3}]

(c) [L T ^{–2}], [L T ^{–3}] and [L T ^{–1}]

(d) [L T ^{–1}], [L T ^{–3}] and [L T ^{–2}]

99. Using mass (M), length (L), time (T) and current (A) as fundamental quantities, the dimension of permeability is :

(a) M ^{–1} L ^{ }T ^{–2} A

(b) M L ^{–2 }T ^{–2} A ^{–1}

(c) M L T ^{–2} A ^{–2}

(d) M L^{ }T ^{–1} A ^{–1}

100. The dimensional formula of 1/μ_{0}ε_{0} is :

^{0}L T

^{–2}

^{0}L

^{–2}T

^{–2}

^{0}L T

^{–1}

^{0}L

^{2}T

^{–2}

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