1. ## Solving equations with radicals

Solve for L. T= 2π √L/32

2. ## Re: Solving equations with radicals

What have you tried so far? This lets us know where you are stuck, and how best to help, rather than just work the problem. You gain much more this way.

3. ## Re: Solving equations with radicals

Originally Posted by Eleanorcalder
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*}?