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Dimesional analysis and tetration
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is there some use of tetration or superlog in dimensional analysis / metric units ?
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(05/29/2019, 07:36 AM)tetration101 Wrote: is there some use of tetration or superlog in dimensional analysis / metric units ?

In a physical model there would be extra constants like (ax)^(bx) that would cancel out the units in such a way that the result would still be meters or seconds on both sides. That's usually what happens. Dimensional analysis says that physically meaningful equations must be reducible to a dimensionless form.
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