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    Solving equations with radicals

    Solve for L. T= 2π √L/32
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    Re: Solving equations with radicals

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    Re: Solving equations with radicals

    Quote Originally Posted by Eleanorcalder View Post
    Solve for L. T= 2π √L/32
    Learning some LaTeX or at least using some brackets where they're needed would be nice to avoid ambiguity. Is your equation \displaystyle \begin{align*} T = 2\pi \, \frac{\sqrt{L}}{32} \end{align*} or \displaystyle \begin{align*} T = 2\pi\, \sqrt{\frac{L}{32}} \end{align*}?
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