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Dimensions of $$C\times R$$ (Capacity x Resistance) is:


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SOLUTION
C = Capacity $$=M^{-1}L^{-2}I^{2}T^{4}$$
R = Resistance $$=ML^{2}I^{-2}T^{-3}$$
So, 
$$C\times R=T^{1}M^{0}L^{0}I^{0}$$
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