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Can you answer this questions from units and dimensions

“Find the value of 60 joule per minute on a system which has 10cm, 100gm and 1 minute as fundamental units.”

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  1. 60 J/min
    60 J/min = 1 J/sec=1 kg m^2 s^3 (given system)
    for new system
    n=1*(1 kg/100 g )^1 (1 m/10 cm)^2 (1 sec /1min)^-3
    n=216*10^6 g cm^2 min^-3

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