Physics

Dimensional formula of Torque is:


ANSWER

$${ ML }^{ 2 }{ T }^{ -2 }$$


SOLUTION

The correct option is B.

Torque is a physical computation with the dimension of force times distance. Its SI unit is newton meter (N m). It also has unit as joule per radian.

$$Toque = Force \times Distance$$

$$= N \times m$$

In $$MKS$$ unit it is Kg m per $$s^{2} \times  m.$$

Thus its dimensional formula is $$ML^{2}T^{-2}.$$

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