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The energy (E), angular momentum (L) and universal gravitational constant(G) are chosen as fundamental quantities. The dimensions of universal gravitational constant in the dimensional formula of Planks constant (h) is
\[\begin {array} {1 1} (1)\;0 & \quad (2)\;-1 \\ (3)\;\frac{5}{3} & \quad (4)\;1 \end {array}\]
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