I'm completly stumped by this one. Any help would be deeply apreciated.

T=2*pi*the square root of m/g

the problem asks you to solve for g.

Thanks in advance.

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- Oct 2nd 2007, 06:08 PMTwilightHelp with a tricky equation
I'm completly stumped by this one. Any help would be deeply apreciated.

T=2*pi*the square root of m/g

the problem asks you to solve for g.

Thanks in advance. - Oct 2nd 2007, 06:11 PMJhevon
- Oct 2nd 2007, 06:14 PMDivideBy0

Dividing both sides by :

Squaring both sides:

Reciprocating both sides:

Multiplying both sides by m:

We can make this more specific by recognising in the original equation that t cannot be , since cannot be negative. So we have: