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What is Dimensional Formula of Tension?

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Tension is defined as the magnitude of force.

Mathematically,

Tension = Force.
Dimensional Formula of Force= M1L1T-2. [Check how Dimensional Formula of force is derived]

Putting these values in above equation we get,

Dimensional Formula of Tension= M1L1T-2
SI unit of Tension is Newton (N).

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