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# If acceleration ($A$), mass ($M$), velocity ($V$), time ($T$) are the fundamental units, then the dimensions of height will be

$A{ T }^{ 2 }$

##### SOLUTION
Given, acceleration $(A)$, mass $(m)$, velocity $(v)$, time $(T)$
Hence, $\quad A=\left[ L{ T }^{ -2 } \right] \quad \Rightarrow \left[ L \right] =\left[ A{ T }^{ 2 } \right]$

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