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Dimensions of 1/(µOE0) is

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  • L2/T2

  • T2/L2

  • T/L

  • L/T

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Solution

L2/T

Explanation:

C = `1/sqrt(l(0 ∈_0)`

or `1 1/(mu_0∈_0)` = C2 = [LT–1]2 = L2T–2

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