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 Dimension of energy in terms of force ($$F$$), length( $$L$$) and time ($$T$$) is


ANSWER

$$F$$$$L$$


SOLUTION
We know that, energy $$E=$$ work done $$(W)=$$ force $$\times $$ displacement $$=F\times L$$
Thus, $$ [E]=[FL]$$
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