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In an equation $$y = A{x^2}{\cos ^2}\left\{ {\left. {\dfrac{{2\pi \beta x}}{\lambda }} \right\}} \right.$$ units of y,x, $$\lambda $$ is metre. The dimensional expression of $$\left[ {A\beta {\lambda ^2}} \right]$$ is


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


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