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Posted by Richard Ruquist on March 4, 2002 15:23:36 UTC

Yes but you need to specify the constant of proportionality. You have assumed it to be one whereas it could be anything depending on your measurement means.


should be length/time

OK - you got it right here.

So you are doing what is called dimensional analysis in physics, since the proportionality constants are neglected. But that's OK. Dimensional analysis is powerful.

From what you say about 1 jump, namely:

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