I have just begun year 11 & 12 at Tafe Brisbane. to get my seniour certificate. I was in hospital for first 3 weeks so im trying to catch up.

I don't know how to isolate g in the equation :)Attachment 27003Attachment 27003

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- February 13th 2013, 01:53 PMcarlyncan you help me fing g gravity pendulum theory
I have just begun year 11 & 12 at Tafe Brisbane. to get my seniour certificate. I was in hospital for first 3 weeks so im trying to catch up.

I don't know how to isolate g in the equation :)Attachment 27003Attachment 27003 - February 13th 2013, 03:39 PMsakonpure6Re: can you help me fing g gravity pendulum theory
divide both sides by 4 pie squared and then divide by L and after doing that you will get 1/g on one side of the equation. If you want g only just flip the fractions on both sides.

- February 13th 2013, 06:37 PMcarlynRe: can you help me fing g gravity pendulum theory
T(squared) X g= 4 pi squared X l

so g = 4 pi squared over T squared x l

is that it ???? - February 13th 2013, 06:39 PMcarlynRe: can you help me fing g gravity pendulum theory
Ill try it out, if g is close to 9.8 then i got it right, maybe not the best way but if it works il be hapy,

thanks for helping, Mick. - February 13th 2013, 06:41 PMcarlynRe: can you help me fing g gravity pendulum theory
I have open office which allows you to write the equations just like thwe text books but i havnty figured that out yet :)

- February 13th 2013, 06:41 PMcarlynRe: can you help me fing g gravity pendulum theory
I have open office which allows you to write the equations just like thwe text books but i haven't figured that out yet :)

- February 13th 2013, 06:55 PMsakonpure6Re: can you help me fing g gravity pendulum theory
T squared = 4 pie squared * L/g

t squared * g = 4pie squared *L

g= (4 pie squared *L) all over t squared - February 13th 2013, 07:31 PMcarlynRe: can you help me fing g gravity pendulum theory