**Answer:**

The dimensional analysis method uses equivalences written in <u>fractional</u> form. Because the numerator and denominator of the fraction are equivalent, the value of the fraction is <u>1.</u> Multiplying by 1 does not change the quantity, but using an equivalence will change the units (or label). In order for units to cancel they must be in <u>the numerator and the denominator</u> of the fraction

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Dimensional analysis is a method of problem solving that takes into consideration the identity property of multiplication whereby the product of a number and 1 will always give the same number, that is 1 × n = n whereby the value "n" remains the same after the multiplication

Therefore, a fraction of two equivalent measurements but different units has a value of 1, and multiplying the equivalent fraction with another measurement with the same unit as the denominator of the fraction with a value of 1 changes the unit to that of the unit of the numerator