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In a unit time, the number of particles crossing a unit area perpendicular to y-axis is given by $$n = -A\cfrac{n_{2} - n_{1}}{y_{2} - y_{1}}$$, where $$n_{1}$$ and $$n_{2}$$ are number of particles per unit volume for position $$y =y_{1}$$ and $$y =y_{2}$$ respectively. The dimensions of A is


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$$[M^{0}L^{2}T^{-1}]$$


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