and, my terminology is probably off, but, I think I can explain with an example.
Take a Newton, which can be described as a KG*Meter/Second^2 - which frankly, written that way, looks confusing to me, and it makes more sense written in English "it's a force that will accelerate a 1 KG object 1 meter per second per second." - assuming no friction or angular momentum of-course.
Now, here's my question. I read once that there was a physics formula that was purely numerical and didn't have an units (units being, "KG" "Meter" and "Second", etc) - and I remember reading that once, but I've been googling and I can't find it.
Does that ring a bell, that physics formula where the units cancel out and you're just left with a number?
And my 2nd question is, is that relevant to anything or is it just a mathematical quirk?
I don't know if that makes sense and if doesn't, I'm going from remembering something I came across years ago and I might not have it exactly right in my memory.