What is the dimension of $\lambda$ in the given equation.
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What is the dimension of $\lambda$ in the given equation.

$N = N o e^{-\lambda_{t}}$, where

$N$ represents the number of radioactive atom present at any time and No is the number of atom orignally present.

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The dimension of $\lambda$ in the given above equation will be $\left[ M ^{0} L ^{0} T ^{-1}\right]$.
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