Definition:Rate of Change/Time

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When the independent variable of a rate of change is time, it is commonplace to take that fact for granted, and refer merely to its rate of change.


Let a physical quantity $P$ have dimension $\mathsf D$.

Then the rate of change of $P$ with respect to time has dimension $\mathsf {D T}^{-1}$.