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# If $I$ is regarded as the fourth dimension, then the dimensional formula of charge in terms of current $I$ is

##### ANSWER

$[IT]$

##### SOLUTION
An electric current is defined as a rate of flow of electric charge q.
So, $I=\dfrac {q}{t}$ or $[q]=[IT]$

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