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## The power input P to a centrifugal pump is a function of the volume flow rate Q, impeller diameter D, rotational speed Ω, fluid density ρ, dynamic viscosity μ, and surface roughness ε. To carry out a dimensional analysis using Buckingham’s π theorem, which one of the following sets can be taken as the set of repeating variables?

## (A) Q, Ω,D (B) Q, ε,D (C) ε,D, ρ (D) D, ρ,Ω

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