Date: Mon May 22 11:10:18 2000
Posted By: Ronald Fisch, Physics, Washington University
Area of science: Physics
Energy has dimensions of (mass)(length)^2/(time)^2, while force
has dimensions of (mass)(length)/(time)^2. Clearly, energy is not the
same thing as force.
Perhaps you want to rephrase your question. I suspect that this is not
what you really wanted to know.
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