# Group-I contains dimensionless parameters and Group- II contains theratios.Group-I                       Group -IIP. Mach Number   1. Ratio of inertial force and gravitationalforceQ. Reynolds Number 2. Ratio of fluid velocity and velocity ofsoundR. Weber Number   3. Ratio of inertial force and viscousforceS. Froude Number  4. Ratio of inertial force and surface tension forceThe correct match of dimensionless parameters in Group- I with ratios in Group-II is

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