Correct Answer  Option 4 : Angular momentum
Concept:

Planck's Constant (h): Light is said to be made up of small particles with zero rest mass known as photon. The energy of such photon is related with its frequency by Planck's constant.
E = h ν
E is energy, ν is the frequency of the photon.

Dimensional Formula: It depicts the way to relate any unit to fundamental Units.
 If we have to find The dimensional formula of any quantity, At first, we find its units in terms of these fundamental units, and then replace units with these dimensions.

Angular Momentum: The angular momentum of a body of mass m moving with speed v with radius of circular path r is
L = m v r
 The dimensional formula for angular momentum will be
(Dimension of mass)(Dimension of speed)(Dimension of radius) = M L T ^{1} L = M L^{ 2 }T ^{1}
Explanation:
Planck's constant can be given as
\(h = \frac{E}{\nu}\)
The Dimensional Formula of Energy is M L^{ 2} T ^{ 2}
The dimension of Frequency is T ^{ 1}
The dimension of Planck's constant hence
\(H = \frac{ML^2 T^{2}}{T^{1}}\)
⇒ H = M L ^{2} T ^{1}
This the dimension of angular momentum.
So, angular momentum is the correct option.
 Dimensional formula for Energy can be found using any expression for energy, for example, the expression for kinetic energy \(K = \frac{1}{2} mv^{2}\)
 Similarly, the dimensional formula of frequency can be obtained by relating it to the time period \(f = \frac{1}{T}\)
 Similarly, the dimensional formula for any units can be obtained.
Fundamental Units 
Dimensions 
Mass 
M 
Length 
L 
Time 
T 
Temperature 
K 
Current 
A 