1. ## Distance equation

This equation is probably really simple, but I am just having problems because of the units. What is the correct way to solve this problem?

Thank you for your help. (I'm sorry for the small image.. I'm not sure how to make it bigger... You can click on it to enlarge it)

2. ## Re: Distance equation

This equation is probably really simple, but I am just having problems because of the units. What is the correct way to solve this problem?

Thank you for your help. (I'm sorry for the small image.. I'm not sure how to make it bigger... You can click on it to enlarge it)
Plug'n'chug. As to the units the variable d is not a distance, which would have units m. In the problem d has the units m^2/s. I think that the problem is simply calling it a "d" (since a, b, and c are being used), not a distance.

-Dan

4. ## Re: Distance equation

Originally Posted by ibdutt
Okay, got it. It helped that you walked me through the steps. Thank you very much!