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$$[MLT^{-1}]+[MLT^{-1}]= $$ ____ 


ANSWER

$$[MLT^{-1}]$$


SOLUTION
As per the principle of homogeneity of dimension, addition subtraction or equality between two quantities of same dimensions are  possible and the result also have the same dimension.
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