# The dimensions of $RC$, where $R$ is resistence and $C$ is capacitance are same as that of

$(a)\;inverse \;time\quad (b)\;time\quad (c)\;square \;of\;time\quad (d)\;square \;root\;of\;time$

Q charge, C capacitance, R resisistance, I current, t time

we know that q=cv
=> c=q/v
since, q=It.then, c=It/v
and
v/I=R;
therefore,
Rc=t

Hence b is the correct answer.

edited Nov 9, 2016 by pady_1